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The Log 
1970 

Harry E. 

Wood High School 
501 S. Meridian St. 
Indpls., Ind. 

Volume 14 



1970 LOG 

views years 

through 

eyes of 

students 



Through the 

eyes of 2500 students 

a new school year 

is seen at Wood. 

Once more 

the building is 

filled with the 

buying of books, 

finding new classes, 

rekindling old friendships, 

awakening new acquaintances. 

Eyes of Woodchucks 

focus on changes, 

new faces. 

Mr. Glenn Miller took the 

position of principal of Wood. 

Recalling the historical 

walk on the moon 

reflects the pride of 

the citizens of Wood. 




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Contents 



Academics 
Vocational 

Student Life 

Sports 

Album 

Advertising 
Index 






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Classes and activities 

are operating in full force. 

Assisting in an office, 

performing in a musical group, 

exploratory teaching, 

working on an experiment 

in a chemistry laboratory, 

are part of the daily bustle. 

Whatever the situation, 

teens at Wood 

are always assuming responsibility 

and accepting challenges 

that lead to successful adulthood. 

Eyes of 2500 students look, 

see, and absorb 

the differences of school life. 



Eyes looking into the outside world 

recognize that opportunity 

is waiting 

if the right training 

is provided. 

Both academic 

and vocational divisions 

help to prepare teens 

for the world of work. 

Wood gives 

every pupil 

an opportunity to succeed. 

Eyes of 2500 students 

follow a daily schedule 

which allows time 

for training 

either in the classroom 

or on-the-job. 





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Academics, 

Vocational 

Classes 

1970 



New Multi-media Center 
inspires better study habits 



Multi-media Center, a new name given 
to the audio visual and library complex, 
made available to students books, film- 
strips, and tapes to supplement their 
studies in any subject area. 

In the day of fast communication and 
travel, French and Spanish students are 
given a chance to read, write, and speak 
in a language other than their own. 
Listening to tapes and records of native 
speakers, imitating the pronunciation of 
the teacher, reading and writing exercises 



and in the advanced levels, writing original 
articles in the foreign language are part of 
the weekly schedule. 

"Literature Comes to Life" was the 
theme chosen by the English Department 
for their annual assembly. 

English classes were able to attend the 
Civic Theater for a production. The pro- 
ductions of "Romeo and Juliet" and "The 
Tempest" were seen by the Advanced 
English class. 



CENTER-Helping Joyce Clifford and Marcus 
Aguilar in English VII class is Mrs. Scofield. 

LOWER LEFT-Looking for a book, Robin Ott 
uses the card catalog. 

LOWER RIGHT-Greg Burr, James Ward, Char- 
les Eid, Patty Friedman, Debbie Thurston, and 
Richard Kraft are making use of the library to 
work on English term papers. 





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UPPER -Watching Mrs. McCracken point out 
important places in France is advanced French 
student, Rosalind Trimble. 
CENTER LEFT-Filing library cards are part of 
Wanda Summers duties as library assistant. 
CENTER RIGHT-While Miss Jo Ann Hartley 
shows advanced Spanish student David Kennett 
his errors, with Greg Burr looking on, Don 
Williams studies his book. 
LOWER-LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Row One- 
A. Underwood, P. Kern, J. Brandlien, R. Brand- 
lien. Row Two-N. Hammons, L. Collins, R. 
Ott, J. Hammon. Row Three-C. Hardister, K. 
Bruce, S. Cosgrove. Row Four-J. Gaines, D. 
Horton, V. Wise, L. Biggs. 





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Probing minds explore modern science 



Science seminars, field trips, experi- 
ments, and the return of Mr. Boris Chaleff, 
Department Head, highlighted the year for 
the Science Department. Science semi- 
nars were attended by Greg Burr, Richard 
Kraft, Charles Eid, Teddy Stone, and 
Keith Nusbaum. The seminars were held 
from October to March, at the Indiana 
University Medical Center. A Planimeter 
which is a device that measures area, was 
added to the wide variety of machines and 
devices used by the Science department. 
With hard work and ingenuity, students 
managed to maintain the high standards 
which enabled them to win innumerable 
honors during the Science Fair. 

While General Math classes studied 
powers of ten, Algebra classes went on to 
the study of the parabola in Mathematics. 
Under the direction of Mr. Clyde Hoch- 
stedler, mathematics has included both 
basic math and trigonometry. Mr. Gerald 
Flora used an overhead projector to prove 
a theorem to his Geometry classes. 



UPPER CENTER -Working out the multiplication tables in a Basic Math 
class is Angie Band. 



LOWER LEFT-Measuring the energy in dry cell batteries are Tim Via 
and Theresa Holman. 



LOWER CENTER -Demonstrating the technique of measuring angles is 
Mr. Gerald Flora to Ricky Summers. 





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UPPER -Measuring sound waves from a tuning 
fork is Ronald Sprowel. 

LOWER-Science Seminar members Ted Stone, 
Greg Burr, Charles Eid, and Richard Kraft con- 
duct a chemical reaction experiment. 




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Musicians and 



ABOVE RIGHT-Putting the final touches on a 
poster in Art Production class is Marcus Aguilar. 

ABOVE CENTER-Finishing a horse in Sculp- 
ture Class is Bob Sanders. 

LOWER-Gerry Howell completes sculpture of 
his father. 

CENTER-Polishing a ring in Jewelry class is 
Debbie Hammons. 




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artists show their talents by their creations 




Two of the most creative outlets of- 
fered to student were Art and Music 
Classes. Whether their talent meant de- 
signing paper mobiles, transforming cop- 
per into mod jewelry, sketching or paint- 
ing, teens were made aware of the ability 
necessary for artistic creation. Beginning 
art students learned the basic shapes, color 
schemes, lighting, and numerous other in- 
tricate but vital items of artistic know- 
how. Advanced studies encouraged and 
developed originality and interested stu- 
dents in any of several possible careers, 
ranging from interior decoration, fashion 
design and sculpturing, to commercial 
artistry and advertising. James Guillaume, 



Art Department Head encourage students 
to enter both Scholastic and 500 Festival 
Art Contest. 

Entertainment is one of the many pur- 
poses of the Music Department headed by 
Mrs. Mary Zenor. During the Christmas 
season, choral groups performed on the 
Circle, for the Downtown Lion's Club, in 
church's and in school. 

All money raised through band activi- 
ties, has gone for the purchasing of new 
uniforms. The band, along with other 
musical groups performed in the Fall Fes- 
tival, Christmas programs, and the All City 
Band Contest. 



LOWER-That extra time of practicing will pay off for Debbie Spacke. 




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UPPER LEFT-Leaining the skill of operating 
the calculator for her future job is Virginia 
Driver. 



CENTER -Setting up a display is part of Larry 
Richards training in Distributive Education. 

LOWER-Discussing plans and activities for 
Cooperative Education class is Miss Boeldt and 
Ruth Fleming. 







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Modern aids, good instruction, practice, 
point to employment opportunities 





With modern facilities and on the job 
training programs, the Business Depart- 
ment headed by Mr. Darwin Stevens 
sought to develop technical skills in 
students. 

Knowledge gained from basic classes 
General Business, Business Math, Typing, 
and Business Law enabled pupils to try the 
advanced subjects of Shorthand, Basic 
Data Processing, and On-The-Job training 



LOWER LEFT-Income taxes is just one of the 
areas David Gobble is taught by Mr. Donald 
Vornholt in Industrial Cooperative Training. 



programs. 

Cooperative Office Education, Dis- 
tributive Education, and Industrial Coop- 
erative Training opened to the students the 
world of work as well as classroom train- 
ing. Making it possible for many students 
to earn money while applying their skills, 
on-the-job training also provided students 
who desire employment following 
graduation with jobs. 



LOWER RIGHT-Correct position of the hands 
is one requirement for fast and accurate typing. 
Miss Pastel R a n d 1 e demonstrates to Alice 
Burgess. 




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UPPER -Recent changes in the world situations 
are reflected in the new map shown by Mr. Dave 
Pugh to Ed Rice. 

LOWER-Mr. Albert Wood, son of Mr. Harry E. 
Wood, after whom the school was named, talk 
with the students and Mr. Mosby about his 
father's painting. 





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New textbooks enliven Social Studies classes 



Social Studies Department has taken 
on a new look this year with a change of 
department head, new books, and new 
teachers. Mr. Tom Fihe now heads the 
Social Studies Department. 

Up-to-date Government and Economic 
books keep seniors posted on recent events 



as well as past. United States and World 
History books have remained basically the 
same, but the new appearance adds variety. 
New teachers in the department give 
students a chance to learn by new meth- 
ods. Teachers include Mr. Howard Laut, 
Mr. Joe Lewis, and Mr. David Pugh. 




Physical fitness is one item stressed by 
the Physical Education Department; head- 
ed by Mr. Walter Stalhut. Girls enrolled in 
Physical Education have a variety of activi- 
ties during the week. On Monday and 
Tuesday the girls learn to perform stunts 
and exercises on the rings, bars, buck, 
horse, ropes, and mats. Wednesday is set 
aside for dancing and games among small 
groups. Thursday and Friday are used as 
volleyball days. Sponsoring co-recreational 
volleyball, bowling, and a girls interschool 
volleyball team are three extra-curricular 
activities of the department. 

UPPER -Push ups are an integral part of the 
boys' Physical Education program in which 
Ronald Coleman demonstrates proper form. 

CENTER-Physical Education major Betty 
Jones demonstrates the hammock hang on 
the rings while Mary Crossley, freshman 
demonstrates method of assisting. 



LOWER-Freshman Physical Education award 
winners Wanda Ross and Charles Jewell are 
pictured with Mr. Walter Stahlhut, Department 
Head. 




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ABOVE Giving a hair cut to Mr. Pennington is 
Frank Duncan. 

CENTER -Receiving a facial from Penny Parks 
is Terry Alderson while instructor, Mrs. Garnett 
watches. 

BELOW Shaving a customer is Benny Adkins 
as Mr. Owen, instructor, observes. 









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Barber shop, 
beauty shop 
styles hair 



Full training required by the state 
licensing board is provided for students 
interested in Barbering and Beauty Cul- 
ture Careers. 

Mr. Tom Davis and Mr. Gordon Owen 
both certified stylists instruct barbering 
students in procedures necessary to pass 
state board exams. Customers fill the fif- 
teen chair barber shop classroom for hair 
cuts, razor cuts, shave, and shampoo. 

Hair style competition in VICA keep 
the students eager to excel. Mrs. Garnett, 
instructor, teaches theory and students 
receive practical experience in classroom. 



Beauty student Mickey Dose shampoos Diane 
Kaiser. 





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Learn by doing produces skills 
for students in technical areas 



In Cleaning and Pressing, students are 
learning technical knowledge by doing the 
actual work. Training for good paying jobs 
in local plants encourages trainees to de- 
velop speed and efficiency. Each student 
is taught how to run machines involved in 
dry cleaning, pressing, and repairing cloth- 
ing. Students and teachers know when 
their clothes are cleaned, their belongings 
are in good hands. 

Repairing cars is an experience to boys 
enrolled in Auto Body. Equipped with the 
latest tools and supplies, the student-learn- 
ers spray paint, repair dented fenders, and 



overhaul the complete car body. 

Leather techniques are practiced on 
belts and other leather items as well as 
shoes in Shoe Repair classes. 

Service Station classes learn the cor- 
rect way to wash and polish the exterior 
and clean the interior of cars. Checking 
the mechanics under the hood to make 
sure that spark plugs are operating to ca- 
pacity and examining the fan belt to see 
that it is tight is a part of the regular train- 
ing. Other techniques taught are checking 
the oil stick, transmission fluid, and 
battery. 



LOWER-Service Station students Arthur Majors and John Rouse are completing a car wash. 





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CENTER -Removing a bolt on the wheel drum 
in Auto Mechanics are Mike Allen and Clifford 
Ross. 

LEFT-During Cleaning and Pressing Class, Wes- 
ley Seawood learns to use the pants press ma- 
chine. 

LOWER -Grinding down and finishing shoe re- 
pairs are Nathan Westmoreland and Sam Phillips. 




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Horticulture 
pupils grow 
new plants 



Vocational Horticulture gives students 
an opportunity to learn about plants and 
their habitants. Two new greenhouses 
have been added for the growing and 
propagation of plants. 

Outside appearance of the building 
reflect the work that Horticulture students 
have done. New plants, shrubs, and new 
grass, have added to scenery. 

Classes have been added to provide 
Junior High with a Horticulture curric- 
ulum. 

Dental assistants learn to use X-Ray 
machines. Sterilizing and dental equip- 
ment is used to train future dental as- 
sistants. Business education offers addi- 
tional training in typing, bookkeeping and 
letter writing. 



UPPER- Vivian Wicsjohm and Sue Turner study 
the forms used for Dental Assistants to study 
teeth. 

LOWER Moving plants from the outside court 
to the greenhouse is the job of Charles Mahurin 
and Percy Bush. 





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CENTER Transplanting is only one of the 
many skills learned by Bob Lylcs. 

LOWER CENTER-Maschmeyer Nursery do- 
nated sod for the lawn of the school. Repre- 
senting the nursery is Mrs. Maschmcyer, and 
Horticulture students arc Joseph Board and 
Darrell Griffin. 

LOWER -Rolling out sod on the lawn is Gary 
Brown. 





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BELOW-Icing cookies in Foods are Elizabeth Northern and Jackie Lawrence. 

LOWER LEFT- Vocational Home Economic student Grace McDougall arranges flowers in Cottage. 

LOWER RIGHT- Shellacking a shelf is a skill learned by Leonard Crab tree. 

CENTER -Running the offset press to print the school paper are Steve Delk, and Vernon Andrews 
while Mr. Tom Van Lieu supervises. 










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Manual skill 
perfected 
by pupil 



Home Economics department which 
teaches pupils home training is headed by 
Mrs. Dorthea Crites. The aim of the Home 
Economics department is to prepare stu- 
dents for the future. Many of the girls 
desiring to improve their cooking and sew- 
ing techniques enroll in clothing and foods 
classes. 

Mr. Lyle Johnson is the head of In- 
dustrial Arts Department. Printing class 
provides the school with the Narrator, 
senior commencement programs, football 
and basketball programs. Students are able 
to develop trade skills in wood and elec- 
tricity shops. Better qualified students are 
able to enter employment. 



LOWER-Measuring precisely, Eddie Pops com- 
pletes blueprints for Mechanical Drawing. 




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UPPER -Whipping potatoes is made easy for Douglas Hotler with the help of a hugh mixer. 

LOWER LEFT-Taking an order from Mr. Robertson is Mary Spieker, as part of her Waitress Training 
practice. 

CENTER -William Viers prepares hamburgers as part of a day's menu. 










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New training class 
offers opportunities 



A new subject in the Vocational area is 
Waitress Training. Offered for the first 
time, Waitress Training will enable the 
girls to learn how to greet the patron, set 
the tables, take orders from customers and 
clear tables. Miss Anna Jackson instructs 
the students in poise which will enable 
them to do their very best as waitresses in 
the future. Waitress Training now has a 



new room equipped with new tables, wall 
to wall carpeting and new chairs. 

In Commercial Foods, students are 
trained in the various food line specialties 
such as salad making, meat cutting, foun- 
tain service as well as the basic cooking 
jobs. In the Culinary arts food show the 
team placed in the competition for high 
school students. 



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Hanley as part of the practical experience. 




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Student Life 
1970 



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UPPER LEFT-School days make memories as 
couples dance at the Junior-Senior Prom. 
UPPER RIGHT-Capturing Betty Jones are Pa- 
tricia Puryear, Ruth Fleming, Virginia Driver, 
Peggy Carlin, Linda Holman, and Ileta Estes on 
the F.T.A. and Senior float; the second place 
winner, "Charge the Rebels". 
LOWER -Making a wish and tossing coins into 
the fountain is an old tradition being practiced 
by Debbie Thurston, Richard Pardue, Mike Lee 
and date, Mark Whitfield, and Carolyn Brown. 









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■"Three Coins in a Fountain" theme for prom 



Junior-Senior Prom planned by the 
juniors was held at the I.U. Medical Stu- 
dent Union Building. Decorations included 
a fountain with running water, and other 
than the band arriving at almost midnight, 
the evening was delightful. Among the 
students involved in creating the Prom 
were Betty Jones, Carolyn Nelson, Marcus 



Aguilar, Kathy Ferguson, Cheryl Brown, 
Janet Gaines, Sue Falls, and Ruth Fleming. 

Homecoming began with a parade of 
colorful floats, which were entered by the 
Science Club, Senior Class— F.T.A., French 
Club, Barber Class, Spanish Club, Cheer- 
leaders, and Honor Society. 

Publications combined with Horticul- 




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ture to construct the Queen's Float. 

Halftime events were highlighted with 
the crowning of Edwina Alexander as 
Homecoming Queen of 1969. First place 
in the float judging was awarded to the 
French Club with their float titled "Wood- 
chucks Cut 'Em Down." Second place was 
won by the Senior Class and F.T.A. who 
combined to produce a float named 
"Charge the Rebels." 



UPPER-French Club members stand proud as 
their float, "Woodchucks, Cut Em Down", takes 
first place. 

LOWER-1968 Homecoming Queen, Sue Odom, 
crowns the 1969 Queen Edwina Alexander as 
her court, Junior Patty Friedman, Senior Char- 
lotte Perkins, Sophomore Ella Clayton, and 
Freshman Theresa Holman smile with approval. 
Mr. Mosby waits to present the Queen with her 
official bouquet of roses. 



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Big Sister provide girls 
ways to visit unusual places 



Lilly Big Sisters is a group that consist 
of twenty junior and senior girls and ten 
women employees of Eli Lilly and Com- 
pany. Mrs. Patricia Hallagan, Dean of Girls 
is the communication link between the 
Wood girls and Lilly women. One meeting 
and one activity is planned for each 
month. Some of the activities included a 
picnic in Brown County, a tour of Indiana 
University , a Christmas luncheon at Lilly's, 
and attendance at the W.I.F.E. Bridal Fair. 

February 8, Wood met Southport High 
School on Exercise in Knowledge. Repre- 
sentatives were Sandy Belviy, sophomore; 
Debbie Spacke, Greg Burr, and James Ward, 
juniors. Alternates were Charles Eid, jun- 



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freshman; and Hilda Minor, senior. Despite 
their fine efforts, the Woodchucks were 
defeated 120-100. Team advisors were 
Mrs. Carolyn Fay and Miss Janice Clark 

Upward Bound students were given 
the opportunity to see the many openings 
available for those who complete a college 
education, at Purdue University Career 
Day. Other colleges visited were Indiana 
University Regional Campus and Indiana 
State University. Upward Bounders spent 
the summer attending classes at Indiana 
University. Another program called Up- 
Beat sponsored a group that attended 
Marian College. 




RIGHT-Big Sister members take a guided tour 
of Indiana University. 

LEFT-Histofy seems to be interesting to Big 
Sister members as they overlook a Lincoln dis- 
play in Eli Lilly Library. 

LOWER CENTER -Representing the school on 
Exercise In Knowledge is Sandy Belviy, James 
Ward, Debbie Spacke, and Greg Burr. 





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UPPER CENTER-Office Assistants are (1 to r) Debbie Davis, Mary Ditchley, Debbie Spacke, Brenda 
Roll, and Cindy Pierpont. 

LOWER RIGHT-Upward Bound students, Ramona Cook and Peggy Davis use leisure time wisely in 
the library. 






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NARRATOR wins trophy 
from Columbia School Press 



Taking pictures, writing reams of copy, 
headlines, and captions, meeting dead- 
line schedules are among the many duties 
of the publications staff members. 

Three divisions, News Bureau, Wood 
Log, and Narrator make up the Publication 
department. 

Chief of News Bureau, Greg Burr, was 
elected president of the Indiana High 
School Press Association. Along with his 
staff, Greg furnished stories for teen edi- 
tions of local newspapers. 

Yearbook editor, Carolyn Nelson as- 
sisted by section editors, copy writers, and 
typists joined together to meet each and 
every deadline. For the first time the cov- 



er was designed by a student from the art 
department. 

Co-editors Pam Senteney and Debbie 
Thurston worked with their reporters to 
get stories for the school newspaper. The 
Narrator was one of the three top finalists 
in the local Columbia School Press Project. 

Among the activities attended by pub- 
lication members were the Indiana High 
School Press Association, Marion County 
Quill and Scroll Press Day and the Indiana 
State University Press Day. Having dinner 
at the Iron Skillet was the highlight of the 
year's activities. 



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UPPER -Quill and Scroll members and expected 
nominees are seated are Patty Friedman, Betty 
Jones, Carolyn Nelson and Pam Senteney. Stand- 
ing are Greg Burr, James Jordan, Ruth Fleming 
and Richard Kraft. 

LOWER LEFT -Working on the advertising sec- 
tion of the WOOD LOG was strenuous but fun 
work for Jane Bachelor, Editor Betty Jones, 
and Ruth Fleming. 

LOWER CENTER -WOOD LOG staff members 
look over the contents of the 1970 LOG. 
Seated: Betty Jones, Carolyn Nelson, and 
Marcus Aguilar. Standing: Bob Payton, Frankiee 
Hartsock, Richard Kraft, Debbie Thurston, and 
Steve Radford. 





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CENTER -News Bureau Staff checks local news- 
papers for stories sent in. Members are Chris- 
tina Cunningham, Susan Seaman, Greg Burr, 
Debbie Thurston, and Richard Kraft. 

LOWER-Looking for the first edition of the 
Narrator are staff members Debbie Thurston, 
Ruth Fleming, Christina Cunningham, Artie 
Ballard, Greg Burr, Pam Senteney, and Richard 
Kraft. 





UPPER LEFT-Editing the Wood Log was a full 
time job for Carolyn Nelson. 

UPPER RIGHT-Publication photographer Fran- 
kiee Hartsock checks to see how her work looks 
printed in the Wood Log. 








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State leadership conferences 
high point for clubs 




SCIENCE CLUB Row One-R. Andrews, D. 
Lambert, P. Conover,G.Conover, S. Crittendon. 
Row Two-M.Crosley,R. Holman, J. Hardwick, 
J. Halfaker, Miss Janice Clark. Row Three-D. 



Burr, V. Tookes, D. King, T. Howard. Row 
Four-D. Rigdon, R. Kraft, C. Shamblin, P. 
McClure. 



Club activities for the students enrolled 
in Cooperative Office Education, Distribu- 
tive Education, and Industrial Cooperative 
Training classes ranged from representing 
their school at the election of state offi- 
cers, participating in state leadership con- 
ferences, and contests; and holding an 
Employer-Employee Banquet. 

Members of the related clubs raised 
money to finance trips to the contests and 
the Employer-Employee Banquet. 

Slide rule practice, experiments, science 
fair projects, field trips, meetings, con- 
tests, election of officers, and special 
guest speakers highlight this year's plans 
for the Science Club. 

Seminars and films are a part of the 
weekly meetings held by the Science Club. 
Deserving members receive awards for out- 
standing membership, personal develop- 
ment, and completion of requirement of 
club rules. 



Demonstrating the correct way to use the slide rule to Science Club members is Charles Shamblin. 




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UPPER LEFT-Office Education As- 
sociation officers Evelyn Koehler, 
Peggy Carlin, Hilda Minor, Ruth Flem- 
ing, and Betty Brown look over their 
new club charter. 

CENTER-I nd u st r ial Cooperative 
Training Club officers are Diana Eiler, 
Steve Riggen, and Allen Lewis. 

LOWER-Arranging a display for Dis- 
tributive Education Club of America 
are officers Sharon Smith, Carl Green, 
Artie Ballard, and Billy McKinney. 






MARCHING BAND-Row One-C. Brown, E. Johnson, C. Mozingo, C. Alexander, J. Theadford, D. 
Spacke, D. Burr, V. Tookes, V. Wise, S. Belviy. Row Two— M. Maple, B. Morris, D. Cosby, K. Jones, J. 
Van Blaricum, J. Summers, M. Crossley, K. Nusbaum, W. Pack, E. Arthur, P. Price, J. Whitney. Row 
Three-D. Kersey, B. Jessee, B. Van Cleave, D. Maupin, G. Herring, C. Barnett, T. Owens, J. Hood, T. 



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UPPER CENTER-SENIOR CHOIR Row 
One-D. Horton, J. Adams, V. Russell, D. Ghold- 
son, C. Hardister, W. Ross, F. Baumgardner, C. 
Pierpont, M. Crossley, C. Brown, P. Jones. Row 
Two-E. Gaynor, A. Dupee, J. Barley, H. Ander- 
son, W. Arthur, N. Miller, P. Davis, V. Tookes, 
P. Hobbs, K. Ferguson. Row Three-B. Sutton, 
S. Harris, J. Carr, R. Whitaker, B. Eiler, M. An- 
derson, W. Coldswell, E. Jordon, A. Metcalf, J. 
Holt, D. Hammond. 

LOWER RIGHT-MIXED ENSEMBLE-Row 
One-D. Horton, J. Barley, E. Arthur, C. Brown, 
P. Senteney, D. Spacke, A. Dupee. Row Two- 
R. Whittaker, J. Carr, M. Anderson, B. Eiler, J. 
Holt, D. Hammond. 



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Medcalfe, L. Hathaway, B. Lyle, M. Fields, B. Metzger, D' Lines, H. Kennedy. Row Four-E. Nichol- 
son, J. McGinnis, G. Huckleberry, A. Twyman, S. Pryor, H. Olden, B. Sanders, C. Hopkins, G. 
Slaughter, B. Eiler. 



TRI-M MUSIC HONORARY -Seated left to 
right-P. Senteney, E. Arthur, C. Brown. Stand- 
ing left to right-M. Anderson, J. Holt, A. 
Metcalf, B. Eiler 



Veterans Day Parade major event for band 

Directing the band is not an easy task for Mr. Elwin Brittan who has been the director since the band 
was first formed. 



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uniforms was only one part of the many 
activities which were accomplished this 
for the Band. The new Drum Majorette, 
Debbie Spacke along with the other offi- 
cers helped the band make a good presen- 
tation at school functions and Veterans 
Day Parade. Pep band played for the pep 
sessions and ball games. 

Mixed Ensemble is ten years old. Mem- 
bers were required to furnish outfits. Girls 
purchased material and made navy-blue 
jumpers and light blue blouses. While the 
boys purchased grey pin stripped pants 
and blue shirts and ties. 

Many hours were spent in preparing 
for Christmas and social events by the 
Senior Choir. Fund raising for scholarships 
and other necessities of the music depart- 
ment was made easier by selling candy 
bars during school. Annual programs in- 
cluded the Principal's Luncheon, Fall Fes- 
tival, and Spring Concert were given by 
the members of the choir. 

Accomplished musicians are rewarded 
for the time and effort they put into their 
music groups by receiving an invitation to 
join Tri-M. 



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UPPER-STRING ORCHESTRA-Row One-L 
to R-E. Amonette, P. Adams, R. Lawson, C. 
Shamblin, P. McClure, S. Silas, L. Mize. Row 
Two-N. Sarden, T. Jones, W. Smith, M. Rhude. 
Row Three-R. Alexander, D. Asher, T. Stooks. 

CENTER -CONCERT CLUB-Row One-D. 
Lineberry, R. Metcalf, J. Raine, R. Ross, E. 
Beach, A. Tuyman. Row Two-W. Fisher, G. 
Herring, J. Sandlin, R. McBee, M. Lawler. Row 
Thiee-A. Majors, R. Johnson, C. Flory, R. 
Sterling, D. Lovelace. Row Four-J. Rogers, J. 
McKinney, R. Reynolds, J. Via, G. Belvey. 

LOWER -GOLDENAIRES-R o w O n e-Miss 
Anne Lidikay, D. Beach, N. Taylor, B. Jordon, 
S. McUne, J. Gulley, Z. Baungardner, M. Click, 
R. Ray. Row Two-P. Jedkins, J. Arbuckle, S. 
Seaman, L. Gill, L. McKinney, J. Arbuckle, C. 
Marey, B. Roll. Row Three-A. Burgess, T. 
Robinson, L. Grubb, K. Green, H. Able, P. 
Cassetty, K. Ridge, S. Orr. Row Four-L. 
Griffin, C. Hightshoe, R. Curby, M. Dezern, D. 
Spears, K. Bruce, J. Cook, D. Passwater. R. Ott. 





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French Club sponsors the 
winning float at Homecoming 



Highlighting the year's activities for the 
Spanish Club was the building of the 
Homecoming float, a pinata Christmas 
party and a speaker from another school 
advising the students of career opportuni- 
ties using Spanish. 

Spanish Club officers are Debbie 
Spacke, president; Greg Burr, vice-presi- 
dent; Bobbie Morris, secretary; Wanda 
Ross, treasurer. 

French Club collected a first place the 
first time they entered a float in a Home- 
coming parade. French Club collected food 
and made a basket for the needy. Leaders 
were President, Mike Haden; Vice-Presi- 



dent , Lisa Stone ; Secretary , Denisa Wilson ; 
and Treasurer, Carol Charles. Promoting 
interest and knowledge of France, the 
people and the customs are the goals of 
the club. 

Better opportunities for gaining know- 
ledge of musicianship may be acquired in 
Girls' Goldenaires and Boys' Concert Club. 
Both organizations serve as beginning 
chorus groups for learning basic choral 
harmony. After serving their internship, 
singers are selected for Senior Choir or 
Mixed Ensemble. 




CENTER-FRENCH CLUB-R o w O n e-L. 
Stone, D. Carter, M. Fugua, L. Mize, Row Two- 
Mrs. McCraken,C. Charles, T. Stone, B. Sanders, 
B. Miller. Row Three-R. Price, R. Trimble, M. 
Haden, K. Nusbaum, D. Wilson. 

LOWER-SPANISH CLUB-Row One-V. Wise, 
B. Roll, J. Ross, N. Hammons, B. Vester, P. 
Ried. Row Two-D. Marcum, D. Elier, V. 
Tookes, W. Ross, D. Burr, M. Crosley, C. Pier- 
pont. Row Three-M. Judkins, E. Amonette, P. 
Adams, D. Spacke, D. Williams, S. Meadows, R. 
Didot. Row Four-S. Williams, B. Morris, C. 
Shamblin, R. Kerner, P. McClure, G. Burr. 




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Service clubs participate in community action 



Key Club members that attended the 
National Key Club Convention in Miami 
were Bob Sutton, Tom Haynes, Richard 
Kraft, and Bill Bergman. 

A program was started by the club to 
help teacher with yard and housework. 
Cleaning attics and basements helped 
teachers who could not manage the job 
themselves. 

Tri Hi Y Club has been busy with 
activities ranging from sending Christmas 
cards to boys in Vietnam to a splash party 
at the Y.M.C.A. Informal initiations were 
held in November and a formal initiation 
with candles was held in March. Before 
being initiated the girls must be a Sopho- 
more, have a good attendance record, and 
hold a C grade average. 

Executive board meeting is held by the officers 
of the Key Club. Vice-President, Larry Sloan; 
Sponsor Mr. Eugene Bennett; Sergeant of Arms, 
Bob Sutton; Secretary, David Kennett; President, 
Bill Eiler; and Treasurer, Don Williams. 

KEY CLUB -Row One— Artie Ballard, Tommy Holman, Row Two -Larry 
Sloan, David Kennett, Bill Eiler, Donnie Williams, Bob Sutton, John Holt. 
Row Three -Mr. Eugene Bennett, Larry Anderson, Charles Eid, Tom Haynes, 




Ricky Marshall, Robert Lines. Row Four— Greg Burr, Mike Hayden, Richard 
Kraft, and James Ward. 




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TRI HI Y-Row One-Brenda Reese, Ruth Fleming, Peggy Carlin, Patty 
Friedman. Row Two-Miss Pastel Randle, Co-Advisor; Linda Holman, 
Secretary; Sue Falls, President; Betty Jones, Treasurer; Sheila Dixon, Vice- 



President; Miss Nancy Young, Co-Advisor. Row Three-Kathy Ferguson, 
Elizabeth Arthur, Virginia Driver, Cheryl Brown, and Debbie Thurston. 



LOWER LEFT-Attending formal initiation are 
Sue Falls, Carolyn Nelson, and Ruth Fleming. 
LOWER RIGHT-Shining Patty Friedman's 
shoes is part of the Tri Hi Y informal initiation 
for new member Carolyn Nelson. 




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Honor Society awards W letter to outstanding 




UPPER-STUDENT COUNCIL-Row One-P. 
Jones, D. Wilson, J. Gaines, B. Reese, J. Berg- 
man. Row Two-C. Charles, M. Crosley, S. Sea- 
man, D. Brown, P. Puryear, D Young. Row 



LOWER -Gathering for an informal meeting are 
Student Council officers Debbie Spacke, Vice- 



Three-R. Trimble, L. Pennington, T. Stone, D. 
Kennett, A. Dupee, J. Barley, E. Arthur. Row 
Four-G. Burr, C. Moffett, R. Kraft, T. Boswell, 
G. Herring, J. Turner. 



President; Don Williams, President; Adron Met- 
calf, Treasurer; and Mashall Kennedy, Secretary. 



seniors 

Tutoring students was a task assumed 
by the Honor Society. Members helped 
with both high school and junior high 
pupils. New members received pins at the 
formal initiation held during an assemble. 
Honor letters were presented to outstand- 
ing graduating seniors for their scholastic 
achievement. 

New Student Council Sponsor, Mr. Wil- 
liam Morse, tried to encourage the stu- 
dents to voice their opinions in school 
matters. Creating student interest in pep 
sessions, longer grading periods, and stu- 
dent activities during and after school were 
all part of the Student Council's concern. 

Dressing dolls and decorating Christ- 
mas stockings for needy children were two 
of the services performed by the Red Cross 
Council. Other projects included con- 
structing and filling an overseas chest, 
participating in the disaster drill, a Valen- 
tine's party, and delivering Red Cross 
posters to Fountain Square businesses. 




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Darrell Rigdon (standing) and Tom Haynes 
(seated) use the advantages of the library for 
study. 







RED CROSS-Row One-S. Hickey, D. Ditchley, 
D. Smith, B. Gane. Row Two-R. Holman, R. 
Parker, W. Abbott, L. Watkins. Row Three-G. 



Mcgaw, R. Fully, J. Thomas, D. Sheppard, J. 
Alison, L. Curry, G. Sheppard, W. Wilford. 



HONOR SOCIETY-Row One-L. Stone, C. Charles, D. Spears, P. Adams. 
Row Two-W. Ross,C. Pierpont,B. Miller, E. Clayton, C. Arster, D. Wilson, 
D. Webster. Row Three-P. Senteney, C. Nelson, M. Kennedy, P. Abney, V. 
Driver, D. Spacke, P. Brown. Row Four-T. Haynes, S. Dixon, K. Nusbaun, 



G. Taylor, D. Kennett, K. Ferguson, I. Estes, C. Shamblin, C. Eid. Row 
Five-G. Burr, M. Hadden, M. Colwell, S. Falls, D. Rigdon, R. Kraft, E. 
Arthur, J. Ward. 






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FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA and EXPLORATORY TEACHERS-Row One-C. Brown, B. Reece, P. Carlin, V. McReynolds, 
P. Puryear. Row Two-C. Brown, R. Fleming, C. Nelson, S. Robinson, T. Haynes. Row Three-G. Beam, E.Gaynor,L. Holman, S. 
Bellamy, V. Driver, B. Eiler. Row Four-B. Jones, S. Falls, R. Johnson, I. Estes, B. Sutton, Mr. Tom Fihe. 



LOWER LEFT-Exploratory Teacher Ruth Fleming is tutoring Don Harlow. 

LOWER RIGHT-COLOR GUARD-S. Gaither, T. Enlow, J. Patrick, J. 
Moore. 





First Military Ball sponsored by R.O.T.C. 



Activities of R.O.T.C. includes spon- 
soring the Military Ball, rifle and drill 
teams. Competing with the other city 
schools and North Central, the rifle team 
defeated Crispus Attucks. 

Sponsors are Hon. C/Capt. Virginia 
Driver, Hon. C/Capt. Debbie Horton, Hon. 
C/Capt. Carla Alexander, Hon. C/l Lt. 
Connie Hogue, Hon. C/l Lt. Brenda Rowe, 
Hon. C/l Lt. Wanda Ross, Hon. C/l Lt. 
Rachel Allen, Hon. C/l Lt. Diane Kaiser. 

Future Teachers of America featured 
guest speaker Mr. Jack Gilfoy, Director of 
Secondary Education, Indianapolis Public 
Schools, at the fall tea. Constructing a 
Homecoming float, taking field trips to 
Indiana Colleges, and recognition programs 
were a part of the activities. 




DRILL TEAM-Row One -J. Averitte, R. 
Moore, F. Corbin, M. Hobbs. Row Two-L. 



Clark, W. Sanders, J. HoUiday, P. Thomas, 
Master Sergeant John Murphy. 





RIFLE TEAM-Row One-D. Marcum, D. Jones, 
R. Dabney. Row Two-W. Ross, J. Holt, J. 



Hessman, J. Donahue, D. Horton, D. Hammonds, 
V. Driver, M. Payne. 



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J. A. center is continued 
for Wood's students benefit 



Three new companies were formed as 
Junior Achievement began its second year. 

Achievers are given the opportunity to 
work in a business environment with top 
personnel from Eli Lilly Company and ad- 
visors from Wood. Students gain experi- 
ence from manufacturing, producing, and 
selling their products. 

Companies operating are Dy-nam-co, 
producing and selling handcream; Hang 
'Em High, manufacturing hangers; and 
Board Jivers, making bulletin boards. 

Officers of Hang 'Em High are Peggy 
Davis, president; Sue Falls, vice-president 
in charge of sales; Ted Stone, vice-presi- 



dent in charge of manufacturing; Berdina 
Van Cleave, secretary; and Donna Stokes, 
treasurer. 

Board Jivers are headed by Janet Easlez, 
president; Theresa Duncan, vice-president 
in charge of sales; Xienia Harris, vice-presi- 
dent in charge of manufacturing; Charlene 
Walton, secretary; and Beverle Miller; trea- 
surer. 

Dy-nam-co officers are Ileta Estes, pres- 
ident; Rosalind Trimble, vice-president in 
charge of manufacturing; David Kennies, 
vice-president in charge of sales; Pam Kill- 
ion, secretary ; and Beverly Sherrod, treas- 
urer. 



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Junior Achievement locations are Carolyn Nelson, Ted Stone, 
and Peggy Davis. 





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UPPER CENTER -Constructing and decorating 
bulletin boards is a job enjoyed by Alice Burgess, 
Delores Heigl, and Peggy Teague. 

LOWER CENTER-Sandy Belviy and Diana 
Thomas are labeling hangers which is the final 
step in packaging. 

LOWER RIGHT-Filling jars with hand cream 
for the Dy-nam-co Company are Joyce Hunter 
and Ileta Estes. 




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VARSITY TENNIS 




Manual 


Opp. 

5 


Wood 



Kennedy 
Shortridge 


5 
12 






Northwest 


8 





Howe 


6 





Scecina 


5 





Southport 
Cathedral 


6 

5 






Washington 
Beech Grove 


6 

3 




2 


Tech 


5 





Crispus Attucks 
Broad Ripple 


5 
5 







TENNIS TEAM-Row One-G. Burr, K. Nus- 
baum, R. Kraft. Row Two-R. Metcalf, Mr. 
Arthur Johnson, Coach; and G. Taylor. 



VARSITY GOLF 






Opp. 


Wood 


Manual 


12 I 





Kennedy 





12 


Northwest 


12 





Beech Grove 


12 





Scecina 


12 





Franklin Central 


12 





Washington 


12 





Broad Ripple 


12 ! 





Tech 


8 


4 


Crispus Attucks 


12 | 





Chatard 


12 





Arlington 


12 s : 






GOLF TEAM-Row One-N. Judkins, J. Dotson. 
Row Two-Mr. Ed Ward, Coach; D. Kent, W. 
Baker, F. Duncan, and E. Jordan. 




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Golf, Tennis and Baseball have fighting 



season 




UPPER -Pitcher Rick Hagan throws home for 
an out against opponent. 

RIGHT -Keeping up his batting average is Rex 
McBrayer. 



Golf, tennis, and baseball teams had a 
rough season. Wood defeated Kennedy for 
the first victory of the Golf season. Re- 
turning lettermen are Frank Duncan, Nor- 
man Judkins, and Robert Dotson. 

Tennis had a 0-15 season record. Team 



play improved as they met competition in 
the fall sectionals. 

Defeating the Deaf School the mittmen 
were led by Rick Hagan and Rex McBrayer. 
Coach John Wilson's team went on to a 
1-13 season. 





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VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-Row One-T. Haynes, R. Sutton, G. R. Bellamy, D. Kennett, L. Noble. Row Three-M. VanLieu, Mgr; C. Hum- 

Saxon, R. McBrayer, R. Hagan, D. Harvey. Row Two-R. Cofer, D. White, mell, C. White, G. Hall, E. Pops, Mr. David Johnson, Coach. 



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High jumping is Joe Averitte. 



Setting a new school record for pole vaulting at 
13 ft. 3 in. is Donnie Williams. 




TRACK TEAM-First Row: Coach Stahlhut, S. Holder, J. Holsey, R. Frier- 
son, W. Lawrence, J. Averitte, Asst. Coach Caporale. Second Row: B. Berg- 
man, D. Price, J. Phillips, R. Johnson, M. Anderson, L. Sloan, L. Marshall, 
R. Summers. Third Row: C. Jewell, I. Toran, Z. Harris, D. Williams, R. 



Henderson, A. Metcalf, K. Mayfield, R. Lines, J. Tibbs. Fourth Row: T. 
Holman, R. Rickman, H. Kennedy, R. Curry, M. Haden, W. Harris, L. An- 
derson. 



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Track season ends 5-5 
with win at Whiteland 



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Don Williams broke the school record 
for Pole Vault at 13 feet and 3 inches. 
Coach Walt Stalhut's squad finished first 
in the Whiteland Invitational. 

The 1969 team compiled a record of 5 
wins, 5 losses and placed second in the 
meet with Shortridge and Cathedral. 

Losing the first two meets to Attucks 
and Southport, the Cindermen rebounded 
to defeat their next five opponents Sce- 
cina, Beech Grove, Howe, Marshall and 



Northwest. 

Awards went to Co-captains Bob Frier- 
son and James Holsey; Best Mental Atti- 
tude, William Lawrence; Most Improved 
Don Williams; Outstanding Runner, James 
Holsey; Outstanding Field Event, Joe 
Averitte. 

Freshman team were third in the City 
Champion in the following Shot Put, 
Mike Haden; Pole Vault, Larry Anderson; 
Wi Mile Run, Tom Holman. 



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Winning the 440-yard dash is James Holsey. 



Zeimorr Harris, Mike Anderson, Lawrence Taylor, James Dearman practice running the low hurdles. 



VARSITY TRACK 



Attucks 

Southport 

Scecina 

Marshall 

Beech Grove 

Howe 

Manual 

Broad Ripple 

Cathedral 

Decatur Central 

Chartrand 



Opp. 

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82 

44 

30 

27 

42 

69 

59 

12 

53 

41 



Wood 

55% 

36 

74 

60 

91 

76 

49 

58 

57 

44% 

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Coach Lou Caporale discusses game strategy 
with Ernie White. 



Ron Johnson, a member of the all-city football team poses with Mayor Richard Lugar and Wood 
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-Row One-L. 
Kirkland, D. White, R. Sutton, R. Bellamy, L. 
Noble, L. Raine, R. Turentine. Row Two-S. 
Stith, D. Floyd, T. Beard, L. Manuel, J. Vande- 
vanter, G. Kelley, H. Anderson. Row Three- 
W. Seawood, E. Pops, E. White, R. Curry, P. 



Mayberry, R. Johnson, M. Purdue. Row Four- 
J.Cox.C. Reynolds, R. White, D. Lynn, R. Frye, 
B. Payton, S. Morelock. Row Five-B. Noble, A. 
Smith, L. Taylor, O. Lander, R. Johnson, E. 
Wallace. 




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Ronald Johnson makes city 
team for knowing his football 



Under the direction of Coach Lou 
Caporale, the Woodchuck varsity football 
team ended the season with a 2-6-1 record. 

Winning over Brownsburg, and Attucks, 
and a tie with Manual, the Gridsters lost 
to Roncalli, Northwest, and Shortridge in 
the closing seconds of the games. Browns- 
burg game gave Wood their first victory 
13-6. Larry Taylor scored both TDs. Al- 
though defeated by Chatard 36-0, Marshall 
34-14, Howe 36-6, the Woodchucks drop- 
ped a rugged contest to Roncalli 20- 1 8 and 
to Northwest 14-12. 

Woodchucks exploded in the meeting 
with Attucks 25-0. Holding the Tigers to a 
minus 19 yards rushing and only 22 yards 
passing, 'Chucks defense was led by back- 
ers Ron Johnson and Richard Turentine, 



touchdowns were scored by Danny White, 
Odell Lander, and Art Smith. 

Concluding the season found senior de- 
fensive star Ron Johnson being selected 
for the All City Football Team. Making 
honorable mention were seniors: Tom 
Beard, Bruce Noble, Art Smith, Lawrence 
Taylor, and junior Richard Bellamy. 

Special award winners for the season 
were as follows: Defensive line-Ron 
Johnson, Defensive back fie Id -Richard 
Turentine, Offensive line- Richard Bel- 
lamy, Offensive backfield-Art Smith. 
Honored by the Kiwanis Club for high 
scholastic average was Bruce Noble and 
winning the Kiwanis Club Most Valuable 
Player Recognition Award was Ron 
Johnson. 




Steve Stith keeps a Roncalli "Rebel' 
gaining needed yardage. 



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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-Row One- 
J. Sandlin,P. Fitzgerald, L. Tate, F. Johnson, R. 
Kelly, M. McCloud, Row Two-C. Wright, C. 
McBee, R. Cannon, K. Webster, P. Cannon, S. 



Raine, D. White. Row Three-M. Sizemore, D. 
Kinsey,B. Moore, K. Cosby, D. Davis, J. Leepes, 
D. Lovelace. Row Four -J. Blackburn, 
T. McClusky, J. VanLieu, R. Wright. 



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UPPER -Ernie White 


blocks as team-mate tries 


for a touchdown. 




LOWER -Escaping a 


flying tackle Ernie White 


gains needed yardage. 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 




Opp. Wood 


Brownburg 


6 


13 


Chatard 


36 





Marshall 


34 


14 


Howe 


36 


6 


Roncalli 


20 


18 


Northwest 


14 


12 


Attucks 





25 


Shortridge 


20 


13 


Manual 


6 


6 



Pre-seasonal victory inspires 
team to a winning take-off 




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Grapplers gain experience by Attucks defeat 



Learning grappling techniques and fac- 
ing matched competition is enjoyed by 
Wood's matmen. Competition ended with 
a 1-10-1 record. Even though team accom- 
plishment is not shown, individual pride 



and achievement was great. 

Individual highs on the team were 
Charles Jewell, 14-7, who took second in 
the sectional championships, Bob Payton, 
10-9, and James Holsey, 9-2. 




Replacing the graduating grapplers, 
Steve Radford, Don Price, James Holsey, 
and James Dearman will be difficult for 
they have a stabilizing force with their 
pride, determination, and leadership. Co- 
captains selected were James Holsey and 
James Dearman. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 






Opp. 


Wood 


Manual 


34 


18 


Chatard 


30 


18 


Broad Ripple 


37 


17 


Tech 


29 


20 


Shortridge 


28 


22 


Richmond 


41 


3 


Ritter 


22 


22 


Attucks 


15 


43 


Cathedral 


37 


11 


Washington 


39 


10 


Howe 


27 


18 


Northwest 


47 


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UPPER-RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM-Row One: Jeff Leeper, Danny Wright, Lawrence Hayes, Benny 
Townsend. Row Two: Joe Turner, Charles Wright, Clarence Hall. Row Three: Coach Phillip Brundage. 
LOWER LEFT-VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-Row One: Charles Jewell, Fred Walker, Steve Radford, 
Claude Sanders. Row Two: James Holsey, James Dearman, Stephen Stith, Bruce Sharp. Row Three: Coach 
Phillip Brundage, Bob Payton. 
LOWER RIGHT-James Dearman demonstrates the starting position for a wrestling match. 





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Harriers win all dual meets. 



Triumph over 1 1 teams enabled Coach 
Wendall Mozingo's Cross Country runners 
to have a perfect dual meet record. 

Repeating victory, Coach Mozingo's 
squad won the Northwest Invitational. 
Donnie Williams was named individual 
champion, time 10:17. Placing Third in 
the City Meet, the Chucks placed ahead 
of 12 other teams. 

Team effort empowered the Wood- 
chucks to win second place in the Sec- 
tional. Donnie Williams placed fourth and 
Zeimorr Harris, seventh in sectional com- 
petition. In the Regionals, the team placed 
twelfth. 

Earning individual honors were Donnie 
Williams, Most Valuable Runner; Zeimorr 
Harris, Best Mental Attitude Award; Tom 
Holman, Most Improved Runner Award; 
Don Price, Team Captain. 



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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY-FRONT ROW: 
K. Mayfield, T. Holman, C. Jewell. SECOND 
ROW: Z. Harris, D. Williams, L. Sloan, D. Price. 



BACK ROW: Coach Mozingo, L. Marshall, R. 
Kraft, E. Payton, R. Lines. 



Larry Sloan dashes out in front of opponents 
during meet. 



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Freshman Cross-Country Team-ROW ONE: T. Bryson, J. Yates, L. Hayes. SECOND ROW: G. Lowe, 
G. Atwood, S. Montgomery, J. Dowell, J. Mobley. THIRD ROW: Coach Stalhut, L. Meador, P. Belviy, 
E. Johnson, D. Lines. 



Runner Donnie Williams sets pace during North- 
west meet. 

Larry Marshall overtakes Muncie runner in the 
mile run at the Southport Invitations. 



Leading the pack for the 2 mile run is Zeimorr Harris. 




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LEFT-Scoring with a tip up is Roy Frye. 

CENTER -Going for the rebound is Ernie White and Ken Strader. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Row 
One-Mike Lawler, James Dowell, Ronald Frye, 
William Moore, Steve Mundy. Row Two -Dell 
Carter; Butch Bradshaw, Steve Raine, Keith 
Cosby, Floyd Johnson. Row Three-Richard 



Cannon, Kelvin Webster, William Campbell, Mike 
McCloud, James Mobly. Row Four -Coach 
David Johnson, Coach Gene Austin, Stanley 
Blackburn, Jerry VanLieu, Coach Eddie Ward. 



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RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM-Row One- 
Kim Mayfield, Ronald Curry, Louis Noble, Ed- 
win Pops. Row Two-Coach Eugene Austin, 
Rodney White, Danny White, James Dotson, 





Reserve, Frosh face bright 
future on hardwood floor 



Improving the record of the previous 
year, Coach Eddie Ward's netmen ended 
the season with a loss in the sectional to 
Roncalli 75-71. 

After coming close to victory in 9 bas- 
ketball games, losses were by 8 points or 
less, the team recorded 5 wins and 16 
losses. 

On the brighter side wins were against 
Beech Grove, Ritter, Manual, Scecina, and 
Marshall. 

LEFT-Shooting a lay in is Donnie Williams. 
CENTER -Fighting for the rebound is Roy Frye. 



Two juniors played an important role 
on the team. Roy Frye averaging 1 5 points 
and 10 rebounds per game. Little Donnie 
Williams 5 '6" averaged 12 points per game. 
Donnie was leading scorer in the sectional 
game scoring 20 points. Both Donnie and 
Roy were joined at the free thrown line by 
Ernie White for a 66% average. 

Returning lettermen were Larry Taylor, 
Zeimorr Harris, Donnie Williams, Ernie 
White, Arthur Lee Smith, and Bruce Noble. 



Andrew Ealy. Row Three-Larry Marshall, Mar- 
tin Riley, Rodney Mackin, Wesley Seawood, 
Coach Eddie Ward. Row Four-Andrew Mundy, 
John C. Rouse, Richard Kraft, Mike Haden. 




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UPPER LEFT-Before throwing his free shot, 
Ken Strader studies his position. 

UPPER RIGHT-Donnie Williams shoots from 
the foul line to easily raise the score. 

LOWER CENTER -VARSITY BASKETBALL 
TEAM-Row One-Arthur Lee Smith, Zeimorr 
Harris, Ron Johnson. Row Two -Coach Ed 
Ward, Ernest White, Donnie Williams, Richard 
Bellamy, Coach Gene Austin. Row Three-Bruce 
Noble, Roy Curtis Frye, Kenneth Strader. 



■in 
■in 






Spirit and ambition molds individuals 

into team 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 




Opp. 


Woo 


Roncalli 


78 


73 


Beech Grove 


65 


68 


Arlington 


74 


73 


Shortridge 


92 


77 


Ritter 


50 


73 


Manual 


79 


82 


Qispus Attucks 


99 


85 


Evansville North 


72 


66 


Scecina 


74 


84 


Cathedral 


86 


61 


Brebeuf 


69 


65 


Cathedral (City Tourney) 


88 


i 71 


Washington 


73 


63 


Northwest 


73 


67 


Howe 


88 \ 


\ 68 


Marshall 


86 


! 89 


Chatard 


60 


55 


Michigan City 


97 


59 


Lafayette Jeff 


104 


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7th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM-Row One- Bellamy, Richard Ballard, Leslie Johnson, James 

Lott Cannon, Nathan Floyd, Charles Johnson, Cook. Row Three-Phillip Kritsch, James Can- 

Melvin Tyler, Joe_Bj|aty. Row Two-Michael non, Michael Williams, Sidney Parker. 




8th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM-Row One- 
Willie Strickling, Gary Bennett, Rick Necessary, 
Roosevelt Holiday, John Green. Row Two- 
Mike Fisher, Mark Friedman, Delbert Smith, 



Leroy Cannon, Randy Shelly. Row Three- 
Coach Gerald Flora, Jerry Allen, Ricardo Turn- 
ley, Donald Taylor, Student Manager Larry 
Ross. 




LOWER LEFT-Shooting to raise his scoring average is Roy Frye. 



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UPPER -Demonstrating an ending for a cheer 
are freshman Cheerleaders Jenny Bergman, Deb- 
bie Lee, Susan Seaman, Denise Cross, Theresa 
Holman, Candy Mozingo and Pam Reid. 
CENTER -Cheerleader taking time out to con- 
struct a float is Richard Hostettler working on 
the sign while Mrs. Dorothy Cook and friends 
oversee the job. 

LOWER -Richard Hostettler, Berdina Van 
Cleave, and Lester Hunt were the varsity 
cheerleaders for the football season. 






Go Team — Cheerleaders theme 




The Cheerleaders do more than kick 
their heels and yell! 

For Homecoming they entered a float, 
"Beat the Rebels, Mix 'Em Up." Varsity, 
reserve and freshman worked together to 
make it one of the best in the parade. 

Cheerleaders were enlisted by the boy's 
Physical Education Department to head up 
the ticket sales for the WIFE-Good Guys 
game. Over $300.00 dollars in tickets were 
sold by this group. 

Monday is Popcorn day for the cheer- 
leaders. They are responsible for popping 
corn, selling it and cleaning up. All pro- 
ceeds go towards defraying costs of new 
uniforms. 



UPPER -Majorettes Carta Alexander, Janet Ar- 
buckle and mascot keep in step with the band. 
LOWER-Reserve cheerleaders who 
cheered with the varsity during football games 
are Jean Baurele, Debbie Horton, Wanda Rowe, 
Ramona Cook, and Margaret Burris. 








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People 
1970 



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CENTER-Mr. Glen Miller, the second principal of Harry E. Wood High School. 

UPPER RIGHT-Watching the action at a football game along with Mr. Miller is Mr. Jett. 

LOWER RIGHT-From the pages of a past Log, Mr. Miller and Mr. Jett and Mr. Eiler serve 
themselves at a school buffet. 



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Glen Miller served Woodchucks for 16 years 



Serving as vice principal of Wood since 
the birth of the school 1 5 years ago, upon 
the resignation of Mr. Richard Emery, Mr. 
Miller was appointed principal. Immedi- 
ately he began taking over the duties of the 
school; programming events, selecting new 
staff members, and establishing policies 
for students and staff. 

Returning to the school after a pro- 
longed absence due to a heart attack suf- 
fered in the early fall, Mr. Miller was again 
serving the youth to which he had devoted 
his life. After a full day's work on January 
29, Mr. Miller was fatally striken. 

On February 2, 1970, Wood held a 
memorial service in the Auditorium, for a 
principal, gentleman, scholar, teacher, and 
friend. In the words of J. Hartt Walsh, 
Ph. D. who delivered the tribute and 
eulogy, "The best monument you students 
and faculty could erect to the memory of 
Glenn Robert Miller would be to emulate 
that fine and good man in thought and 
deed with vision, imagination, courage, 
patience, tolerance, dedication, and under- 
standing." 








UPPER -Conferring with Mr. Miller is Janice Collins. 

LOWER RIGHT-Working out a problem with Mr. Miller is Betty Woods and Ella Clayton. 

LOWER LEFT-Mr. Mosby spoke to the student body during the memorial service. 



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UPPER -Student problems are handled efficiently by Mr. 
Faburn DeFrantz, Dean of Boys, and Mr. Bruce Wilson, assis- 
tant Dean of Boys. 

LOWER -Mrs. Patricia Hallagan, Dean of Girls, and Mrs. Julie 
Weir, assistant Dean of Girls, help Allena Whitley, Marlene 
Sperling, and Charlene Gaine adjust to school life. 





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Administrators create individualized 





programs 
for all needs 

Many new administrative staff members 
worked helping students with their class 
schedules and individual problems. Newly 
appointed staff members find the challenge 
exciting and rewarding. 

Vice principals, Mr. Thomas Jett and 
Mr. James Mosby assist students with ad- 
vice for forthcoming student activities. Mr. 
Mosby was appointed vice principal after 
having served as Social Studies Department 
Head for five years. 

Carrying out a new policy of issuing 
blue slips, handling the problems of indi- 
vidual students, and working with the 
staff as coordinators of student discipline 
are the Deans. 

Newly appointed Dean of Boys, was 
Mr. Faburn DeFrantz with Mr. Bruce 
Wilson named as assistant. Mrs. Julia 
Weir was appointed assistant Dean of Girls 
to work with Mrs. Patricia Hallagan, Dean 
of Girls. 

UPPER -In the glamourous setting of the Administrative of- 
fice Carolyn Nelson and Betty Jones, members of the Publi- 
cation Staff, interviews Vice Principal Tom Jett. 

LOWER -Vice Principal James Mosby discusses school poli- 
cies with Gloria Shumacher, James Holsey, and Wanda Rowe. 



WHl" 



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Faculty 

Mrs. Maxine Abdon 
Mrs. Mary Ahlmeyer 
Mr. Otto Albright 
Mr. Eugene Austin 
Mrs. Wanda Beeson 
Mrs. Carlene Benfiel 



Mr. Eugene Bennett 
Mrs. Frances Benson 
Mr. Randal Bishop 
Miss Barbara Boeldt 
Mr. Robert Bowman 
Mr. Elwin Brittan 



Mrs. Mary K. Brown 
Mr. Phillip Brundage 
Mr. Louis Caporale 
Mrs. Marjory Carr 
Mrs. Kathelene Carroll 
Mr. Boris Chaleff 



Miss Suelynne Childers 
Miss Janice Clark 
Mrs. Dorothy Cook 
Mrs. {Catherine Cooksey 
Mrs. Dorthea Crites 
Mr. Clarence Curry 



Mrs. Marie Cutshaw 
Mr. Gurney Davidson 
Mr. Tom Davis 
Mrs. Norma Decius 
Miss Helen Detamore 
Mr. Kenneth Eiler 



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J 




SEATED -Mrs. Peg Thomp- 
son, Mrs. Eleanor Ogle, Mrs. 
Frances Huter. STAND- 
ING-Miss Katherine Kahl, 
and Mrs. Helen Reed. 



Faculty 

Mrs. Verna Emminger 
Mrs. Reba Ensor 
Mr. James Erbse 
Mrs. Carolyn Fay 
Mrs. Blanche Ferguson 
Mr. Thomas Fihe 



Mr. Richard Fisher 
Mr. Gerald Flora 
Mr. Dan Foreman 
Mr. Ian Fraser 
Miss Peggy Fultz 
Mr. Sam Fultz 



Mr. Orval Gaines 
Mrs. June Garnett 
Mrs. Betty Garrett 
Mrs. Mae Graves 
Mr. Charles Gross 
Mr. James Guillaume 



Mr. Bowman Hall 
Mrs. Eva Hamm 
Mr. Richard Hanley 
Miss Joann Hartley 
Mr. Gerald Haslet 
Mr. Raymond Hayden 



Mrs. Helen Heitbrink 
Mr. Raymond Hendrick 
1st. Sgt. Dwight Hensley 
Mr. Clyde Hochstedler 
Mrs. Margaret Holdier 
Mr. Frank Holloway 




CUSTODIANS-SEATED- 
Trav Bowden, Eileen Sieve- 
king, Gerald ine Lane. 
STANDING-Kenneth Joe- 
rendt, William Hull, William 
Chilton, Jack Hart. 




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Faculty 



Miss Anna Jackson 
Mr. Monte Jines 
Mr. Arthur Johnson 
Mr. David Johnson 
Mr. J. Lyle Johnson 
Mr. James Judy 



Mr. John Kenison 
Mrs. Mildred Key 
Mr. Robert King 
Mr. Edward Kult 
Mr. Bruce Laetsch 
Mr. Marion LaGrotto 



Mrs. Louise Lamkin 
Mr. Harold Laut 
Miss Mary Ellen Lehr 
Mr. Joe Lewis 
Miss Anne Lidikay 
Mr. Kephart Linson 



Mr. Thomas Little 
Mr. Theodore Lynch 
Miss Mary Lou Lyons 
Mrs. Neville McCracken 
Mrs. Dixie McDonough 
Mr. John McLeish 



Mr. Don Mason 
Mrs. Isabel Meadows 
Mr. Harvey Meeks 
Mr. John Minatel 
Mr. William Morse 
Mr. Wendell Mozingo 




CAFETERIA WORKERS- 
Row One-Nela Hoober, C. 
T. Wilcox, Shirley Voelkel, 
Clara Henderson, Lucille 
Lyons. Row Two -Shirley 
Edwards, Pearl Patterson, 
Phyllis Bergdoll, Dorothy 
Reed, Leona Hanna, Ruth 
De Vault. Row Three- The- 
lmaHuber, Helen Reynolds, 
Frances Finchum, Jewel 
Keith, Mattie Cordray, Bet- 
ty Brown. 



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Mr. Clarence Murphy 
Sgt. John Murphy 
Mr. William Ney 
Mr. Gordon Owen 
Mr. Eddie Patterson 
Mr. Donovan Peters 



Mr. Kenneth Poole 
Mrs. Vickie Porter 
Miss Louise Pruett 
Mr. David Pugh 
Miss Pastel Randle 
Mr. Arthur Reimer 



Mr. John Repass 
Mr. Dale Riggs 
Mr. Clifford Robertson 
Mr. Zeddie Robertson 
Mrs. Elwanda Rowe 
Mrs. Betty Sanders 



Mrs. Margaret Scofield 
Mr. John Sharp 
Mrs. Margaret Simnick 
Mr. Theodore Sims 
Mrs. Carol Smith 
Mrs. Eleanor Smith 



Mr. William Snortoii 
Mr. James Spears 
Mr. Walter Stahlhut 
Miss Loree Steele 
Mr. Darwin Stevens 
Mr. Tom Swope 



Mr. Rollie Tillery 
Mr. Ernest Tinker 
Mr. Ephraim Turner 
Mr. Donald Tuttle 
Mr. Thomas VanLieu 
Mrs. Sigrid Vaubel 



Mr. Don Vornholt 
Mr. Eddie Ward 
Mrs. Shirlee Warren 
Mrs. Helen Weeden 
Mr. Albert Weisling 
Mr. Roger Whalen 



Mr. Vaughn Wood 
Mr. Aljean Woodard 
Mr. Roy Yenowine 
Miss Nancy Young 
Mr. Robert Youngquist 
Mrs. Mary Zenor 




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LEFT-While Mrs. Betty Fox takes an attendance call, Mrs. Betty Brown types the absence list. 

CENTER -Students purchase tickets to a game in the Bookstore from Mrs. Sophia Marksbury and 
Mrs. Betty Underwood. 



Faculty sponsor school activities for students 



MRS. MAXINE ABDON-MS, Butler University; 
AB, Indiana Central College; Library. 

MRS. MARY AHLEMEYER-BS, Indiana State 
College; Special Education. 

MR. OTTO ALBRIGHT-MS, Butler University, 
BS, Indiana Central College; Math; Past 
President Phi Delta Kappa Field Chapter. 

MR. EUGENE AUSTIN-BS, Indiana Central 
College; MA, Ball State University; Science; 
Biology; Football Line Coach; Reserve Bas- 
ketball Coach; Marion County Coaches Asso- 
ciation; National Association of Biology 
Teachers; Post Graduate, Butler, Indiana Un- 
iversity, Purdue; Indianapolis Boys Club 
Alumni Association. 

MRS. WANDA BEESON-BS, Iowa State Uni- 
versity, Ames, Iowa; MA, Teachers College, 
Columbia University, New York City; Home- 
making, Clothing; Alpha Delta Kappa; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

MRS. CARLENE BENEFIELD-BA, Butler Uni- 
versity; MAT, Indiana University; English. 

MR. EUGENE BENNETT-AB, Butler Univer- 
sity; MS, Butler University; Key Club Spon- 
sor; Bowling and Volleyball Co-Recreational 
Co-Sponsor; Special Education Department 
Head; Phi Delta Kappa; Council for Excep- 
tional Children. 

MRS. FRANCES B^BENSON-BS, West Virginia 
State College; MS, West Virginia University; 
Clothing; Red Cross Council Sponsor; Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority President; Mapleton 
Fall Creek Association, American Home 
Economics Assoc; Flanner House Guild; 
N.C.N.W. Organization. 

MR. RANDAL Y. BISHOP-BS, Murray State 
University; MS, Indiana University; Guidance 
and Counseling; Social Science; Occupational 
and Vocational Information; Group Gui- 
dance; Phi Delta Kappa Field Chapter; Wood 
High P.T.A. Treasurer; Indiana State Teach- 
ers Assoc. Delegate; Representative of Indi- 
anapolis Education Association. 

MISS BARBARA BOELDT-BS, MS, Indiana 
University; Shorthand; Typing; Office Occu- 
pations Preparation; Cooperative Office Edu- 
cation; Office Education Association Advisor 



MR. ROBERT BOWMAN-BS, Tennessee A & I 
State University, Nashville; MS, Indiana State 
University; Mathematics; Freshman Class 
Sponsor. 

MR. ELWIN BRITTAN-AB, Valparaiso Uni- 
versity; MM, Jordan College of Music, But- 
ler University; Music; Band Director; Indi- 
ana Bandmasters Assoc; Indianapolis Phil- 
harmonic Symphony; Indiana State Lions 
Club Band 

MRS. MARY K. BROWN-BS, Indiana State 
University; MS, Indiana University; Develop- 
mental Reading. 

MR. PHILLIP BRUNDAGE-BS, Alfred Uni- 
versity; MS, Butler University, Basic Mathe- 
matics; General Mathematics; Wrestling 
Coach; Board of Directors-Hawthorne Com- 
munity Center. 

MR. JAMES L. BUGBEE-BS, Indiana Central 
College; Craft Arts, Art. 

MR. LOUIS CAPORALE-BS, Butler University; 
MA, Ball State University; Physical Edu- 
cation; Health; Drivers Education; Varsity 
Football Coach; Track Team Assistant Coach. 

MRS. MARJORY CARR-AB, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Dental Assisting. 

MRS. KATHELENE CARROLL-BS, Univer- 
sity of Louisville; MA, Indiana University; 
Algebra; Supervision of Study Clinic; Up- 
ward Bound Club Co-Sponsor; Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority; Advisory Council of the 
State Board of Vocational and Technical Ed- 
ucation. 

MR. BORIS CHALEFF-BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Science; Science Department Head. 

MISS SUELYNNE CHILDERS-AB, Butler Un- 
iversity; English. 

MISS JANICE CLARK-BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Biology; Junior High Science; 
Vocational Horticulture; Science Club Co- 
Sponsor. 

MRS. DOROTHY COOK-BS, Butler University; 
Health; Physical Education; Co-recreational 
Volleyball Co-Sponsor; Co-recreational Bow- 
ling Co-Sponsor; Cheerleaders Sponsor; Jun- 
ior Class Co-Sponsor; Gamma Phi Kappa, 
Historian. 



MRS. KATHERINE COOKSEY-AB, DePauw 
University; Special Education. 

MRS. DORTHEA CRITES-BS, Iowa State 
University; MS, Purdue University; Voca- 
tional Home Economics; Foods; Home Eco- 
nomics Department Head. 

MR. CLARENCE CURRY-BS, Indiana State 
University; MS, Indiana University; Special 
Education. 

MRS. MARIE CUTSHAW-Dental Assisting; 
Indianapolis Dental Assistants Association. 

MR. GURNEY DAVIDSON-BS, Ohio Northern 
University; MS, Indiana University; Biology; 
Indiana University Alumni Association of 
Johnson County President; Indiana Universi- 
ty Alumni Chairman; Scholarship Com- 
mittee. 

MR. TOM DAVIS-BS, MS, Ball State Univer- 
sity; International Barber School; Barbering; 
Vocational Department Head. 

MRS. NORMA DECIUS-AB, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Special Education. 

MR. FABURN DEFRANTZ-BS, University of 
Chicago; MS, Butler University; Dean of 
Boys. 

MISS HELEN DETAMORE-BS, Purdue Uni- 
versity; American Floral Art; Junior High 
Vocational Horticulture; Indiana Vocational 
Association. 

MR. KENNETH EILER-BS, Indiana Central 
College; MS, Butler University; Director of 
Guidance; Indianapolis City Guidance Coun- 
cil Representative; Indiana School Counse- 
lor's Association, Vice-President; Indiana 
Schoolmens Club; Phi Delta Kappa. 

MRS. VERNA EMMINGER-BS, MS, Ball State 
University; Special Education; Cheer Block 
Sponsor. 

MRS. REBA ENSOR-BS, MA, Ball State Uni- 
versity; Sales; Merchandising and Marketing; 
Store Sales; Distributive Education; D.E.C.A. 
Sponsor. 

MR. JAMES ERBSE-AB, Marian College; Eng- 
lish; Indiana State Teachers Association. 

MRS. CAROLYN FAY-AB, St. Mary's College, 
Notre Dame; English; Exercise in Knowledge 
Co-Sponsor; Sophomore Class Co-Sponsor. 



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MRS. BLANCHE FERGUSON-AB, Syracuse 

University; MA, Butler University; English. 
MR. THOMAS FIHE-BS, Ball State University; 
MS, Indiana Unversity; Social Studies De- 
partment Head; Junior Achievement Advisor; 
Exploratory Teacher, F.T.A. Sponsor; Board 
of Directors of Indiana State Teachers Asso- 
ciation; Indiana Council Social Studies; Ind- 
ana Historical Society; Optimist Club; Phi 
Delta Kappa; Indianapolis Teacher of the 
Year, 1969; Indiana Teacher of the Year, 
1969. 

MR. RICHARD FISHER-AB, Hanover College; 
Special Education. 

MR. GERALD FLORA-BS, Ball State Univer- 
sity; General Mathematics; Geometry; 8th 
Grade Basketball Coach. 

MR. DAN FOREMAN-BS, Indiana State Uni- 
versity; Special Education. 

MISS MARGARET R. FOLTZ-AB, Marian Col- 
lege; MS, Indiana University; Social Service. 

MR. IAN FRASER-BS, Butler University; 
Art; Humanities; Curator, Clowes Art Col- 
lection. 

MR. SAM FULTZ-BME, Butler University; 
Senior Choir Director; Boys Concert Club; 
Mixed Ensemble; Junior High Music; Music 
Club. 

MR. ORVAL GAINS-BS, Purdue University; 
MS, Butler University; Physical Science; 
Audio Visual Coordinator. 

MRS. JUNE GARNETT-Beauty Culture. 

MRS. BETTY GARRETT-BS, MS, Indiana 
University; Physical Education; Freshman 
Class Co-Sponsor; Junior High Interscho- 
larlistic activities. 

MRS. MAE GRAVES-BS, Butler University; 
MA, Ball State University; Home Nursing; 
Home Management Family Living; Clothing. 

MR. CHARLES GROSS-AB, Central Normal 
Teachers College; MS, Butler University; 
Junior High Science; Vocational Horiculture; 
R.O.T.C. Advisory Board; Naval Reserve 
Metro Bowling League; U.S.N.R. Lieutenant 
Commander. 

MR. JAMES GUILLAUME-BAE, MS. Ed., But- 
ler University; BFAS, MFAS, John Herron 
of Art of Indiana University; Ceramics; 
Sculpture; Art Department Head. 

MR. BOWMAN HALL-BS, Eastern Michigan 
University; MS, Indiana University; Juris. 
Doctor, Indiana University; Health; Science. 

MRS. PATRICIA HALLAGAN-BS, Indiana 
University; MS, Butler; Dean of Girls; Presi- 
dent of Council of Admin. Women in Edu- 
cation. 

MRS. EVA HAMM- Purdue University; Indiana 
State University; Commercial Foods; Food 
Service Executives. 

MR. RICHARD HANLEY-BS, Butler Univer- 
sity; United States History; World History. 

MISS JOANN HARTLEY -BS, Concordia Teach- 
ers College; MS, Indiana University; Uni- 
versidad Interamericana, 1963; Universidad 
Ibero American, 1969; Spanish; Foreign 
Language Department Head; Spanish Club 
Sponsor; American Association of Teachers 
of Spanish and Portuguese; Indiana Foreign 
Language Teachers Association ; Foreign Lan- 
guage Curriculum Evaluation Committee 

MR. GERALD HASLET-Body-Fender Repair; 
Model "T" Club. 

MR. RAYMOND HAYDEN-BS, MED, Prairie 
View A & M, Texas; Special Education. 



MRS. HELEN HEITBRINK-AB, Earlham Col- 
lege; Foods; Nutrition Committee of Indi- 
ana State Home Economics Association. 
MR. RAYMOND HENDRICK-BS, Indiana Cen- 
tral College; MA, Ball State University; Gui- 
dance; 7th Grade Basketball Coach. 
1st Sgt. DWIGHT HENSLEY-R.O.T.C. Com- 
mandant; Retired after 22 years active Mili- 
tary Service; Army Commendation Medal; 
Good Conduct Medal with 2 Silver Loops; 
World War II Victory Medal; Army of 
Occupation Medal; Defense Service Medal 
with Oak Leaf Cluster; Expert Rifleman 
Badge; Rifle Team Sponsor; Fall Creek 
Valley Rifle Club; American National Rifle 
Association. 
MR. CLYDE HOCHSTEDLER-BS, Purdue Uni- 
versity; MS, Butler University; Geometry; 
Algebra; Trigonometry; Mathematics Depart- 
ment Head. 
MRS. MARGARET S. HOLDIER-BS, MS, 
Indiana University; Nurse; Secretary of Na- 
tional Council of Negro Women; Indiana 
State Nurses Association; American Nurses 
Association. 
MR. FRANK HOLLOWAY-BS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; MS, Butler University; Social Stu- 
dies; Government; Economics; Phi Deta 
Kappa. 
MISS ANNA JACKSON-BS, MS, Tennessee A 
and I State University; Waitress Training; 
Commercial Foods; Foods. 
MR. TOM JETT-BS, MS, Ed.S., Butler Uni- 
versity; Vice- Principal. 
MR. MONTE JINES-BS, Indiana State Uni- 
versity; MS, Indiana University; Multi-media 
Center. 
MR. ARTHUR JOHNSON-BS, MS, Hampton 
Institute; Woodshop; Electricity; Metal; 
Tennis Coach; Butler University Symphony 
Orchestra; Vice-President of Mid-Western 
Tennis Association. 
MR. DAVID JOHNSON-BS, Indiana Central 
College; MS, Indiana University; Business 
Mathematics; Business Law; Junior High 
Football Coach; Freshman Basketball Coach; 
Assistant Baseball Coach. 
MR. J. LYLE JOHNSON-BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Industrial Arts Department Head; 
Co-Chairman, Vertical Committee of the 
Curriculum Evaluation Committee-Industrial 
Arts; President, Home Craftsmen Forum; 
Member Advancement Committee, Boy 
Scouts of America. 
MR. JAMES JUDY-AB, Eastern Kentucky 
State College; MS, Butler University; Past 
President of the Council for Exceptional 
Children. 
MR. JOHN KENISON-Cleaning and Pressing 
MRS. MILDRED KEY-BS, Canterbury Col- 
lege; Special Education; Council for Excep- 
tional Children. 
MR. ROBERT KING-AB, MA, Tennessee A & 
I State University; Special Education; Scout 
Master, Troop 434. 
MR. EDWARD KULT-BS, Indiana University; 

MA, University of Notre Dame; English. 
MR. BRUCE LAETSCH-AB, MA, Butler Uni- 
versity; Further study, Butler; Neighbor- 
hood Youth Corp Director. 
MR. MARION LAGROTTO- Vocational Shoe 

and Leather Work. 
MRS. LOUISE LAMKIN-BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Citizenship; Psychology; Study 




Cleaning blackboards is part of Mr. Joe Gates' 
duties. 

Clinic. 

MR. HOWARD LAUT-AB, Indiana Central 
College; Social Studies; World History. 

MISS MARY ELLEN LEHR-BS, MS, Indiana 
University; Further Study, Indiana Univer- 
sity; Health. 

MR. JOE LEWIS-BS, Central State University; 
Social Studies; United States History. 

MISS ANNE LIDIKAY-BME, Indiana Univer- 
sity; Choral; General Music; Goldenaires; 
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Sigma Alpha 
Iota. 

MR. KEPHART LINSON-BS, Ball State Uni- 
versity; MA, Purdue University; Photogra- 
phy; Jewelry; Phi Delta Kappa. 

MR. THOMAS LITTLE-AB, Rockford College; 
English; NEA-IEA Project Urban Committee. 

MR. THEODORE LYNCH- BS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; English. 

MISS MARY LOU LYONS-BS, Purdue Uni- 
versity; MA, Ball State University; Chemistry; 
Physics; National Honor Society Sponsor; 
Indianapolis Science Seminar Steering Com- 
mittee. 

MRS. NEVILLE McCRACKEN-AB, MA, Uni- 
versity of Kentucky; French; French Club 
Sponsor; International Thespians Sponsor; 
National Forensic League; French Institute, 
University of Kentucky. 

MRS. DIXIE McDONOUGH-BS, MS, Indiana 
State University; Business English; Director 
of Publications; Wood Log; Narrator; News 
Bureau; Quill and Scroll Sponsor; Board of 
Directors, Indianapolis Business Education 
Council; Indiana Council of Administrative 
Women in Education; American Associate of 
University Women; Photojournalism Work- 
shop, Ball State University. 

MR. JOHN McLEISH-BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Health; Physical Education; 
Freshman Football Coach. 

MR. DON MASON-BPS, Purdue University; 
Indiana Central College; Indiana University; 



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Mathematics; Business Manager of School; 
Phi Delta Kappa, Indiana School Men's Club; 
National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 
matics; I.S.T.A. 

MRS. ISABEL MEADOWS-BS, Ball State Uni- 
versity; MS, Indiana University; Foods; 
Clothing; President of Gamma Phi Kappa; 
Meridian Toastmistress Club. 

MR. HARVEY MEEKS-BS, Canterbury Col- 
lege; MS, Indiana University; Committee- 
man-Boy Scouts of America; Optimist In- 
ternational. 

MR. GLENN R. MILLER-BA, MS, Butler; 
Principal; Phi Delta Kappa. 

MR. JOHN MINATEL-BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Further study, Indiana University; 
John Herron School of Art of Indiana Uni- 
versity. 

MR. WILLIAM MORSE-AB, University of 
Pittsburgh; BS, John Hopkins University; 
MS, Builer University; Economics; Govern- 
ment; International Relations; Psychology, 
Student Council Sponsor; Vice-President of 
Central Indiana Council of Social Studies; 
President of Phi Delta Kappa; Kiwanis; 
American Legion ; Assistant Director of Mary- 
land's Boy State; Academy of Political 
Science. 

MR. JAMES MOSBY-BS, University of Louis- 
ville; MS, Indiana University; Vice-Principal; 
Indiana Schoolmen's Club; Phi Delta Kappa 
Treasurer; Kiwanis; Treasurer of Indiana 
Interagency on Smoking and Health. 

MR. WENDALL W. MOZINGO-BS, Indiana 
Central College; Special Education; Varsity 
Cross-Country Coach; Assistant Track Coach. 

MR. CLARENCE MURPHY-BS, MA, Ball 
State University; Woodwork; Junior Achieve- 
ment Advisor; Phi Delta Kappa; Secretary- 
Treasurer of Epsilon Pi Tou; Commercial 
Exhibits Chairman of Indiana; Industrial 
Education Association. 

1SG. JOHN J. MURPHY-R.O.T.C. Comman- 
dant; Retired after 24 years Active Military 
Service; Army Commendation Medal with 
Oak Leaf Cluster; Good Conduct Medal; 
American Theater Campaign; European, Af- 
rican, Middle East Campaign; World War II 
Victory Medal; World War II Occupation 

Attending the tea held for her as one of the 
retiring teachers and a recipient of a gift is 
Mrs. Sue Munn. 



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Losing 6 teachers by retirement, the staff gave a tea for them. Among those honored are pictured, Mr. 
William Fields, Mr. Archie Chadd, and Miss Olive Purdy. Others are Mrs. Sylvia Bird and Mr. Francis 
Conder. 



Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Ko- 
rean Service Medal; United Nations Medal; 
Combat Infantry Badge; Belgian Fourogerre; 
Belgian Croix-de-Guerre with Silver Gilt 
Star; Korean Presidential Unit Citation; 
Color Guard Sponsor. 

MR. WILLIAM NEY-BS, MS, Butler University; 
English. 

MR. GORDON OWENS-BS, Indiana Univer- 
sity; World History; Barbering. 

MR. EDDIE L. PATTERSON-Auto Mechanics. 

MR. DONOVAN W. PETERS-AB, University 
of Louisville; MA, Indiana University; Art. 

MR. KENNETH POOLE-BS, New York State 
University College at Buffalo New York; 
Electricity; Woodworking. 

MRS. VICKIE PORTER-AB, Butler University; 
Social Worker. 

MISS LOUISE PRUETT-BM, BS, Morris Har- 
vey; MME, Indiana University; English 

MR. DAVID PUGH-BS, Ball State University; 
Social Studies; World History; Assistant 
Wrestling Coach. 

MISS PASTEL RANDLE-BS, Mississippi Voca- 
tional College; MA, Ball State University; 
Typing; Eurhythmies; Majorettes Sponsor; 
Tri-Hi-Y Co-Sponsor; Senior Class Co-Spon- 
sor; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. 

MR. ARTHUR REIMER-BS, Buffalo County 
Teachers College; Metals. 

MR. JOHN REPASS-BS, Indiana University; 
MS, Butler University; Biology; Senior Class 
Co-Sponsor. 

MR. DALE RIGGS-BS, Purdue University; Vo- 
cational Horticulture; Pre -Vocational Hor- 
ticulture. 

MR. CLIFFORD ROBERTSON-BS, Indiana 
Central College; MS, Butler University; Gui- 
dance; Physical Education; Baseball Head 
Coach; Football Backfield Coach; Phi Epsi- 
lon Kappa. 

MR. ZEDDIE L. ROBERTSON-BS, Livingstone 
College, Salisbury N.C.; Typing; General 
Business; Business Math. 

MRS. ELWANDA ROWE-BS, Indiana Univer- 
sity; Special Education. 

MRS. BETTY SANDERS-AB, Indiana Central 
College; English. 



MRS. MARGARET SCOFIELD-BS, MAT, In- 
diana University; English Department Head; 
National Council of Teachers of English; 
Indiana Council of Teachers of English; 
International Reading Association; Business 
and Professional Women's Club; Administra- 
tive Women in Education. 

MR. JOHN SHARP-AB, Indiana Central Col- 
lege; MS, Indiana State University; Math; 
Athletic-Ticket seller; Phi Delta Kappa, In- 
dianapolis, Indiana Chapter Secretary. 

MRS. MARGARET SIMNICK-RN, Protestant 
Deaconees Hospital School of Nursing; 
Health Occupations. 

MRS. CAROL E. SMITH-AB, Wheaton Col- 
lege; MS, Butler University; Science; Science 
Club Sponsor; Science Fair Advisor; Ameri- 
can Metallurgical Society; National Science 
Foundation; Pioneer Girls; Chairman of 
North Star Leadership Training Center. 

MRS. ELEANOR SMITH-BS, Oakland City 
College; MS, Butler University; Special Edu- 
cation; Council of Exception Children. 

MR. WILLIAM SNORTON-BS, Kentucky State 
College; Special Education. 

MR. JAMES SPEARS-AB, MS, Butler Univer- 
sity; Social Studies; Guidance; Upswing Di- 
rector. 

MR. WALTER STAHLHUT-BS, Indiana Cen- 
tral College; MS, Butler University; Physical 
Education Department Head; Physical; Dri- 
vers Education; Varsity Track Head Coach; 
Freshman Cross Country Coach. 

MISS LOREE STEELE-AB, Asbury College; 
MA, Indiana University; Etymology; English. 

MR. DARWIN STEVENS-BS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; Business Education Department 
Head; Bookkeeping; Typing. 

MR. THEODORE SIMS-BPE, BS, MA, Uni- 
versity of Illinois; Math. 

MR. TOM SWOPE-BS, Ohio State University; 
MS, Indiana State University; Physical Sci- 
ence; Athletic Equipment Manager. 

MR. ROLLIE TILLERY-BS, MS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; Horticulture; Junior Achievement 
Advisor. 

MR. ERNEST TINKER-BS, MS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; Service Station; Phi Delta Kappa. 



li£- 




MRS. HELEN REED: 
Office-Switchboard. 

MRS. PEG THOMPSON; 
Office -Budget Clerk. 

MRS. BETTY UNDERWOOD; 
Library Clerk. 



UPPER-Mrs. Holdier gives a TB skin test to Wanda Mathis. 



MR. EPHRAIM TURNER-BS, Wisconsin State 
Teachers College; MA, Indiana State Univer- 
sity; Mechanical Drawing; Woodworking; 
Metalworking; Secretary and Treasurer of 
the Indiana Industrial Education Associ- 
ation. 

MR. DONALD TUTTLE-AB, Franklin College; 
MAT, Indiana University; Quantitative Phy- 
sical Science; Junior Class Co-Sponsor. 

MR. THOMAS VANLIEU-BS, MS, Indiana 
State University; Industrial Arts; Indiana- 
polis Education Association, President-elect. 

MRS. SIGRID VAUBEL-AB, Goucher College; 
MS, Butler University; Remedial Reading. 

MR. DONALD VORNHOLT-BS, Butler Uni- 
versity; MS, Indiana State University; Di- 
rector of Special Programs; Industrial Co- 
operative Training; Vocational Industrial 
Clubs of America Sponsor. 

MR. EDDIE WARD-AB, MA, University of 
Kentucky; Physical Education; Varsity Bas- 
ketball Head Coach; Head Golf Coach. 

MRS. SHIRLEE A. WARREN-BA, MS, Butler 
University; Fast Learners. 

MRS. HELEN WEEDEN-BS, Indiana Univer- 
sity; Foods. 

MRS. JULIA WEIR-AB, Howard University; 
MS, Butler University; Assistant Dean of 
Girls; Special Education. 

MR. ALBERT WEISLING-AB, Evansville Uni- 
versity; MS, Indiana University; Art; Craft 
Arts. 

MR. BRUCE WILSON-BS, Ball State Univer- 
sity; MS, Butler University: Assistant Dean 
of Boys; Industrial Arts; Senior Counselor. 

MR. ROGER L. WHALEN-AB, Berea College; 
English. 

MR. VAUGHN WOOD-BS, Indiana State Uni- 
versity; MS, Butler University; Industrial 
Arts; Indiana Schoolmen's Club; Irvington 
Kiwanis Club, President; 1965 Who's Who 
Indiana. 

MR. ALJEAN J. WOODARD-BS, Grambling 
College; English; Sophomore Class Co-Spon- 
sor. 

MR. ROY YENOWINE-BS, Huntington Col- 
lege; MS, Indiana University; Athletic Di- 
rector; Physical Education. 

NISS NANCY YOUNG-BS, MS, Ball State 
University; Business Education; Tri-Hi-Y Co- 
Sponsor. 



MR. ROBERT YOUNGQUIST-BS, Indiana 
University; United States History; Social 
Studies. 

MRS. MARY ZENOR-BM, MM, Butler Uni- 
versity; Music Department Head; Music 
Theory; Junior High Choir; Tri-M Co- 
Sponsor. 

MRS. BETTY BROWN: 
Office-Attendance Clerk. 

MRS. BETTY FOX; 

Office- Attendance Clerk. 

MRS. FRANCES HUTER; 

Office -Secretary to the Principal. 

MISS KATHERINE KAHL; 
Office -Steno-Clerk. 

MRS. SOPHIA MARKSBURY; 
Bookstore-Adult Assistance. 

MRS. ELEANOR OGLE; 
Office -Registrar. 



LOWER -Checking her box for mail is one of the many duties as a teacher for Mrs. Warren. 




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Seniors 



Edda Jo Ann Adams 
Barbara Adkins 
Bennie Adkins 
Marcus Aguilar 
Edwina Elaine Alexander 



1970 senior class 
chooses gowns — boys, 
blue; girls, white 



SENIOR OFFICERS Ruth Fleming, Sheila Dixon, and Betty Jones help 
Sue Falls try on her white commencement gown. Class of "70" starts a 
new tradition of keeping their gowns. 



Elizabeth A. Arthur 
Wayne Baker 
Artie Ballard 
Novis Gayle Bean 
Thomas Lee Beard 



Ann Bell 
Suzanne Bellamy 
Donald Lee Blough 
Richard Bowman 
Ronnie Lee Bray 



Kathy Brewster 
Molisha Gail Brewster 
Carolyn Marie Brown 
Cheryl Ann Brown 
Gary Lee Brown 



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Seniors 

Peggy Jean Carlin 
Debra Lynn Castetter 
Keith Chicola 
Lynn Clark 
Joyce Elaine Clifford 



Margaret Colwell 
Glenda Faye Crawford 
David Brouch 
Earl Crouch 
Donna Davis 



Peggy Ann Davis 
Dianne Lynn Dees 
Joseph G. Didot 
Sheila Dixon 
Virginia Driver 



Frank Duncan 
Diana Marie Eiler 
William Joseph Eiler 
Ileta Gale Estes 
Doris Sue Falls 



Katherine Ferguson 
Kevin Ferrell 
Mary Ellen Fisher 
Ruth^Ann Fleming 
Clarence Flory 



Janet Gaines 
Elizabeth Ann Gaynor 
Mary Gill 

Vernon David Goss 
Carl Greene 







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Seniors 



Dale Grimmitt 
Conley Stephen Harris 
Frankiee Hartsock 
Janice Hartsock 
Thomas Ray Haynes 



Linda Holman 
James Edward Holsey 
Richard C. Hostetler 
Teresa Howard 
Gerry Howell 



Gregory Huckleberry 
Lester E. Hunt 
George Jackson 
James Jackson 
Steve Jaynes 



Marian Johnson 
Pearline Eloise Johnson 
Ronald Anthony Johnson 
Sarah Frances Johnson 
Betty Jane Jones 



Bobby Jones 
James Jordon 
Cheryl Kegeris 
Jerry Kelley 
David Kennett 



Steve Kersey 
Evelyn C. Koehler 
Bonita Joann Lackey 
Odell Lander, Jr. 
David Lawrence 



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Seniors 



Jacqueline Lawrence 
Gary Eugene Lohman 
Robert Lunderman 
Billy McKinney 
Vivian McReynolds 



Phyllis Mangan 
Leonard Arley Manuel 
Kathy Miller 
Hilda Joyce Minor 
Terry Pat Mooney 



Sharon Ruth Moore 
Steve Morelock 
Bertha Mae Murphy 
Darlene Nanny 
Alfred Neesen 



Carolyn Nelson 
Bruce Noble 
Elizabeth Northern 
Sarah Jane Pack 
Michael Pardue 



Richard Pardue 
Penny Ann Parks 
Charlotte Perkins 
Patricia Allen Poole 
Pamela Doris Porter 



Donnie R. Price 
Patricia Ann Puryear 
Ronald Eugene Quails 
Steven Radford 
Patricia Raisor 




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Seniors 



Jenny Reed 
Steve Reese 
Michael Allen Reid 
Cyrill Bishop Reynolds 
Steve Riggen 



Betty Sue Rigney 
Bobby Lee Roach 
Sharlotte Kay Robinson 
Julia Ann Ross 
Larry Rush 



Bonnie Russell 
Gloria Schumacher 
Bobby Scott 
Thomas Simpson 
Arthur Lee Smith 



Thomas Smith 
William Smith 
Mark Snyder 
Richard Sonntag 
Wanda Summers 



Robert Sutton 
Lawrence Taylor 
Debra Thomas 
Michael Tookes 
Rosalind Trimble 



JoAnn Welch 
Shirley Ann Welch 
Marva Jean Wells 
Teila Gay West 
Patricia Ann Wilburn 




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Larry William 
Mary Ellen Wolfe 
Rosalie Cheryl Wroten 
Jay York 




Seniors Not Pictured are: Bar- 
bara Campbell, Robert Michael 
Delk, David Gobble, William 
Goodnight, Tamara Hodges, 
John A. Holtsclaw, Darlene 
Reed, Joyce Ann Reed, Ro- 
bert Sanders. 



Senior activities include 
prom, picnic, and breakfast 



EDDA JOANN ADAMS-S e n i o r Choir 4; 

D.E.C.A. 4. 
BARBARA ADKINS- 
BENNIE ADKINS-I.T.C. 3; Barbering 4. 
MARCUS AGUILAR-Spanish Club 1-4; Junior 

Prom 3; Cross Country 1. 
EDWINA ELAINE ALEXANDER-Lilly Big 

Sister 3-4; Student Council 4; O.E.A. 4; 

Homecoming Queen 4 
ELIZABETH A. ARTHUR-Science Club 2; 

Tri Hi Y Club 2-4; Student Council 3-4; 

Girls Ensemble 3; Goldenaires 1; Senior 

Choir 2-4; Band 14; Mixed Ensemble 3-4; 

Tri-M Club 24. 
WAYNE BAKER-Concert Club 1-3; Golf 2-4. 
ARTIE BALLARD-Key Club 3-4; D.E.C.A. 

3-4. 
NOVIS GAYLE BEAN-F.T.A. 4; Beauty Cul- 
ture 3-4; Nurse Assistant 1-4; Yearbook 3. 
THOMAS LEE BEARD-Basketball 3; Football 

3-4; Boys Ensemble 3. 
ANN BELL- 
SUZANNE BELLAMY-Cheer Block 1-3; Jun- 
ior Achievement 3; F.T.A. 4; Band 1. 
DONALD LEE BLOUGH-I.T.C. 3-4. 
RICHARD BOWMAN-D.E.C.A. 3-4. 
RONNIE LEE BRAY-I.T.C. 3-4. 
KATHY BREWSTER- 
MOLISHA GAIL BREWSTER - 
CAROLYN M*ARIE BROWN-Lilly Big Sister 

3-4; Junior Achievement 3-4; D.E.C.A. 4. 
CHERYL ANN BROWN-Science Club 3; Tri 

Hi Y Club 2-4; Junior Achievement 3-4; 

F.T.A. 2-4; Student Council 2-3; Jr. Prom 3; 

Goldenaires 2; Senior Choir 3-4; Band 1-4; 

Mixed Ensemble 4; Tri-M Club 2-4. 
GARY LEE BROWN-D.E.C.A. 4. 
BARBARA SUE CAMPBELL- 
PEGGY JEAN CARLIN-Tri Hi Y Club 3-4; 

D.E.C.A. 3; F.T.A. 3-4; Student Council 3; 

O.E.A. 4; Homecoming Court 4. 
DEBRA LYNN CASTETTER -Commercial 

Foods 2-3. 
KEITH CHICOLA-Concert Club 1; Wrestling 
. 1 ; Baseball 1 -2 ; Football 1 ; Treasurer 1 . 
LYNN CLARK-Baseball 2; Football 1. 
JOYCE ELAINE CLIFFORD- 
MARGARET COLWELL-Honor Society 1-4; 

F.T.A. 1. 
GLENDA FA YE CRAWFORD-O.E.A. 4. 
DAVID CROUCH-Junior Achievement 4. 



EARL COUCH- 
DONNA DAVIS-D.E.C.A. 4. 

PEGGY ANN DAVIS-Honor Society 2-4; Span- 
ish Club 4; Junior Achievement 3-4; Stu- 
dent Council 1-3; Goldenaires 1; Senior 
Choir 2-4. 

DIANNE LYNN DEES- 
ROBERT MICHAEL DELK- 

JOSEPH G. DIDOT- 

SHEILA DIXON-Honor Society 1-4; Spanish 
Club 1-2; Tri Hi Y Club 3-4; Student Coun- 
cil 2-3; Jr. Prom 3; Band 1; Marion County 
Teen Guide Council 3-4; Secretary 4. 

VIRGINIA DRIVER-Honor Society 1-4; Span- 
ish Club 1-2; History Club 1; Cheerblock 
1-3; Tri Hi Y Club 2-4; F.T.A. 3-4; O.E.A. 
34;R.O.T.C. Sponsor 3-4. 

FRANK DUNCAN-Science Club 2; Concert 
Club 1; Junior Achievement 3; F.T.A. 3; 
Student Council 1-4; Wrestling 1; Track 1; 
Golf 2-4; Football 1; Senior Choir 2-4; Band 
1 ; Barbering 4 ; Yearbook 1 . 

DIANA MARIE EILER-Spanish Club 4; Junior 
Achievement 3; I.T.C. 4. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH EILER-Lilly Big Brother 3; 
Key Club 2-4; Science Club 2; Concert Club 
1; Boys Ensemble 2-4; Senior Choir 2-4; 
Band 1-4; Mixed Ensemble 2-4; Tri-M Club 
2-4. 

ILETA GALE ESTES -Honor Society 1-4; Jun- 
ior Achievement 3-4; F.T.A. 3-4. 

DORIS SUE FALLS -Honor Society 1-4; Span- 
ish Club 1-4; Tri Hi Y Club 3-4; Junior 
Achievement 3-4; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 
1-3; Junior Prom 3; Majorettes 2-3; President 
4. 

KATHERINE FERGUSON-Honor Society 1; 
Lilly Big Sister 2-3; Tri Hi Y Club 2-3; Ju- 
nior Achievement 2-3; Cheerleading 1-3; 
Goldenaires 1-2; Senior Choir 3-4. 

KEVIN FERRELL -Concert Club 1-2; Glee 
Club 1-2; Tri-M Club 1-2. 

MARY ELLEN FISHER-Cheerblock 1-2; 
F.T.A. 4; Red Cross 1-2; Orchestra 2-3; 
Goldenaires 1-2; Choir 3. 

RUTH ANN FLEMING-Lilly Big Sister 3-4; 
Tri Hi Y Club 3-4; F.T.A. 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2-3; O.E.A. 4; Goldenaires 1-2; Nar- 
rator 3-4; Yearbook 3-4; News Bureau 3-4; 
Vice-President 4; Quill & Scroll 4. 

CLARENCE FLORY-Concert Club 4; Junior 



Achievement 3; D.E.C.A. 4. 

JANET GAINES-O.E.A. 4. 

ELIZABETH ANN GAYNOR- 

MARY GILL- 
DAVID GOBBLE- 
WILLIAM GOODNIGHT- 

VERNON DAVIS GOSS-Track 1-3; Football 
1-3; Boys Ensemble 1. 

CARL GREENE-D.E.C.A. 34. 

LINDA LOUISE GREEN- 
DALE GRIMMITT-D.E.C.A. 2-3; Student 
Council 1; Track 1; Barbering 4; Yearbook 2. 

CONLEY STEPHEN HARRIS-Concert Club 
1-2; D.E.C.A. 1-2; Senior Choir 14. 

FRANKIEE HARTSOCK-Honor Society 2-4; 
Beauty Culture 3; Yearbook 3-4. 

JANICE HARTSOCK- 

THOMAS RAY HAYNES-Key Club 1-4; Hon- 
or Society 14; National Thespian Society 
24; Speech Team 2-3; Concert Club 1-2; 
French Club 2-3; Junior Achievement 3-4; 
F.T.A. 4; Student Council 3; Baseball 34. 

TAMARA HODGES- 
LINDA HOLMAN-Tri Hi Y Club 24; Junior 
Achievement 3; F.T.A. 3-4; Student Council 
2-3; O.E.A. 4; Majorette 2-3; Homecoming 
Court 24. 

JAMES EDWARD HOLSEY-Wrestling4; Track 
4; Football 3. 

JOHN A. HOLTSCLAW- 

RICHARD C. HOSTETLER-Cheerblock 3; 
F.T.A. 3. 

TERESA HOWARD-Science Club 3-4; History 
Club 2; Junior Achievement 4. 

GERRY HOWELL-Wrestling 2-4; Golf 1 ; Foot- 
ball 1. 

GREGORY HUCKLEBERRY-Key Club 3; His- 
tory Club 2; French Club 2; Junior Achieve- 
ment 4; Student Council 1; Band 1. 

LESTER E. HUNT-Concert Club 1; Junior 
Achievement 3; Cheerleading 1-3; F.T.A. 
34; Student Council 2-3; Senior Choir 2-3; 
Glee Club 1. 

GEORGE JACKSON-D.E.C.A. 2. 

JAMES JACKSON-Student Council 1; I.T.C. 
24; Baseball 2; Football 1-2; Band 1-2; 
Yearbook 2-3. 

STEVE JAYNES- 

MARIAN JOHNSON-O.E.A. 4. 

PEARLINE ELOISE JOHNSON-Lilly Big Sister 
34. 




Senior members of the Honor Society, Cheryl Brown, Sheila Dixon, and Sue Falls spend additional time studying in the library. 



RONALD ANTHONY JOHNSON-F.T.A. 4; 
Wrestling 2-3; Track 3; Basketball 1-4; Foot- 
ball 1-4; All-City Football Team 4; Barter- 
ing 3-4. 

SARAH FRANCES JOHNSON- 
BETTY JANE JONES-Spanish Club 1-4; Sci- 
ence Club 1; History Club 1-2; Cheerblock 
1-4; Tri Hi Y Club 3-4; Junior Achievement 
3; D.E.C.A. 3; F.T.A. 3A\ Junior Prom 3 
G.A.A. 1-4; Band 1-3; Tri-M Club 2-3 
Narrator 3-4; Yearbook 3-4; Treasurer 4 
Quill & Scroll 34. 

BOBBY JONES-Spanish Club 1; D.E.C.A. 3; 
Track 2; Basketball 3; Cross-Country 3; 
Barbering 3-4; President 2. 

JAMES JORDON- French Club 2; Student 
Council 3; Barbering 3-4; Narrator 1-2; 
Yearbook 1-3. 

CHERYL KEGERIS-Junior Achievement 34; 
Beauty Culture 3-4. 

JERRY KELLEY-D.E.C.A. 4; Basketball 1. 

DAVID KENNETT-Key Club 34; Student 
Council 4; Wrestling 1-3; Baseball 1-3; Cross- 
Country 2-3; Football 1. 

STEVEN KERSEY-Key Club 1-2; D.E.C.A. 4; 
Track 2 ; Band 2. 

EVELYN C. KOEHLER-Tri Hi Y Club 4; 
O.E.A.4. 

BONITA JO ANN LACKEY -Cheerblock 1-2; 
Orchestra 1-2; Band 1-2; Narrator 1-2; 
Yearbook 1. 



ODELL LANDER JR. -Student Council 2; 

Basketball 1-3; Football 1-4. 
DAVID LAWRENCE-Student Council 1-2; 

Football 1; Honor Society 1-4. 
JACQUELINE LAWRENCE- 
GARY EUGENE LOHMAN- 
ROBERT LUNDERM AN -Wrestling 1-4. 
BILLY McKINNEY -Junior Achievement 3; 

D.E.C.A. 34. 
VIVIAN McREYNOLDS-Cheerblock 2-3; Tri 

Hi Y Club 4; F.T.A. 3-4; Junior Prom 3; 

O.E.A. 4. 
PHYLLIS MANGAN -D.E.C.A. 3; O.E.A. 4. 
LEONARD ARLEY MANUEL-Wrestling 1-2; 

Baseball 1-4; Football 1-4. 
KATHY MILLER - 
HILDA JOYCE MINOR-French Club 2-4; 

O.E.A. 4; G.A.A. 2-3; Goldenaires 1. 
TERRY PAT MOONEY- 
SHARON RUTH MOORE -Cheerblock 2-3; 

Cheerleading 3; F.T.A. 2-3; Secretary 2. 
STEVE MORELOCK-Key Club 2-3; Concert 

Club 1; Wrestling 1-2; Football 1-3; Barber- 
ing 34; R.O.T.C. 2-3. 
BERTHA MAE MURPHY- 
DARLENE NANNY-Lilly Big Sister 3-4. 
ALFRED NEESEN -Basketball 1; Football 1. 
CAROLYN NELSON -Honor Society 2-4; Lilly 

Big Sister 3-4; Tri Hi Y Club 4; Junior 

Achievement 3-4; Cheerblock 4; Student 

Council 1-3; Junior Prom 3; Goldenaires 1; 



Publication artist, senior Marcus Aguilar con- 
centrates on his sketches. 




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Senior Choir 2; Tri-M Club 2; Yearbook 4; 
Quill & Scroll 4; F.T.A. 3-4; President 3. 

BRUCE NOBLE-Lilly Big Brother 3; Junior 
Achievement 3; Track 2-3; Basketball 2-4; 
Football 2-4; Band 1. 

ELIZABETH NORTHERN- 
SARAH JANE PACK-Tri Hi Y Club 3; Junior 
Achievement 3-4; Student Council 3. 

MICHAEL PARDUE -Wrestling 1. 

RICHARD PARDUE-Lilly Big Brother 3; Con- 
cert Club 1-2; Wrestling 1-2; Football 1-3; 
Auto Body 2-4. 

PENNY ANN PARKS-Tri Hi Y Club 3; Stu- 
dent Council 1; Beauty Culture 3-4. 

CHARLOTTE PERKINS-Honor Society 1; 
I.T.C. 4; Beauty Culture 3-4; Goldenaires 
1-2; Homecoming court 4; News Bureau 2. 

PATRICIA ALLEN POOLE - 

PAMELA DORIS PORTER - 

DONNIE R. PRICE -Wrestling 3-4; Track 2-4; 
Basketball 1 ; Cross-Country 2-4. 

PATRICIA ANN PURYEAR-Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 4; 
O.E.A. 4; 

RONALD EUGENE QUALLS- 

STEVEN RADFORD -Wrestling 1^1; Narrator 
3-4; Yearbook 3-4; News Bureau 3-4. 

PATRICIA RAISOR -Junior Achievement 4. 

DARLENE REED- 



JENNY REED -History Club 2; French Club 3; 

Cheerblock 3; Junior Achievement 3; O.E.A. 

3; Honor Society 4; Goldenaires 1-2; Band 3. 
JOYCE ANN REED- 
STEVE REESE-Baseball 1-3; Football 1. 
MICHAEL ALLEN REID- 
CYRILL BISHOP REYNOLDS-Football 1,2,4. 
STEVE RIGGEN-I.T.C. 3-4. 
BETTY SUE RIGNEY- 
BOBBY LEE ROACH- 
SHARLOTTE KAY R O B I N S O N- Junior 

Achievement 3; F.T.A. 4; Goldenaires 1-2; 

Mixed Ensemble 3. 
JULIA ANN ROSS-Lilly Big Sister 4; Spanish 

Club 3-4; Science Club 2; Goldenaires 1-2. 
LARRYRUSH-I.T.C.4. 
BONNIE RUSSELL-Junior Achievement 3. 
ROBERT SANDERS- 
GLORIA SCHUMACHER-Junior Achievement 

3-4;F.T.A.4. 
BOBBY SCOTT-Concert Club 1. 
THOMAS SIMPSON- 
ARTHUR LEE SMITH-Lilly Big Brother 3; 

Baseball 1-2,4; Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4. 
THOMAS SMITH-R.O.T.C. 4. 
WILLIAM SMITH-Junior Achievement 3; I.T.C. 

4; Track 2; R.O.T.C. 2-4; Senior Choir 2-4. 
MARKSNYDER- 
RICHARD SONNTAG- 



WANDA SUMMERS-Goldenaires 1-2;D.E.C.A. 
3. 

ROBERT SUTTON-Lilly Big Brother 4; Key 
Club 3^1; Concert Club 1-3; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Baseball 1-4; Football 1,3-4; Senior 
Choir 3-4; Glee Club 1-3. 

LAWRENCE TAYLOR-BasketbaU 34; Foot- 
ball 4. 

DEBRA THOMAS -Junior Achievement 3-4. 

MICHAEL TOOKES- 

ROSALIND TRIMBLE-History Club 2-4; Jun- 
ior Achievement 3-4; Student Council 3-4; 
Upward Bound 3-4; Humanities 3; Narrator 
3-4; News Bureau 3-4; Yearbook 3. 

JOANN WELCH - 

SHIRLEY ANN WELCH- 

MARVA JEAN WELLS-Student Council 2; 
G.A.A. 1-3. 

TEILA GAY WEST-Junior Achievement 3; 
Beauty Culture 3-4. 

PATRICIA ANN WILBURN-Science Club 1-2; 
Junior Achievement 3; Student Council 1,3; 
O.E.A. 34;G.A.A. 1-2. 

LARRY WILLIAMS-Band 1-3. 

MARY ELLEN WOLFE-Science Club 1. 

ROSALIE CHERYL WROTEN-Junior Achieve- 
ment 2. 

JAY YORK-D.E.C.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Boys En- 
semble 1. 



Senior Class members and their sponsors look over books displaying the merchandise that was sold by seniors during the Christmas season. 




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Juniors 



Diana Adams, Barbara Adkins, 
Mike Allen, Rachel Allen 



Car la Alexander, Bill Alderson, 
Larry Amos, Michael Anderson 



Richard Anderson, Bill Atkins, 
Dennis Bakee, Eldon Beach 



Gayle Bean, Paul Beasley, Ro^ 
saheJJeasley, Richard Bellamy 



Qary Belviy, Bill Bergman, Jo- 
seph Board, Leo Bockover 



Tom Boswell, Robert Bowman, 
John Bowen, Jr., Dennis Boyd, 
Jessee Bradford, Stephen Bren- 
ton, Betty Brown, Roy Brown, 
^oy Brown 



Diana Burks, Greg Burr, Wil- 
liam Campbell, Joe Carr, Edna 
Chastain, Percy Chavis, Con- 
stance Chittenden, Kay Chit- 
tenden, Jane Clifford 



Harive Cody, £»ssandra Cole, 
Naomi Coavert, Kenneth Cope- 
land, Keith Cosby, Cindy Cox, 
Kenny Courts, Jack Craig, Bob- 
bie Crowe 



Christina Cunningham, Roxane 
Darty, Vicki Day, Robert Dab- 
ney, Robin Didot, Debra Dob- 
son, James Dotson, June Em- 
berton, Virginia Engel 

Charles Eid, Danny Fairbanks, 
Larry Farmer, Kathy Ferguson, 
Richard Fisher, Simon Forbes, 
Patty Friedman, Michael Fu- 
qua, Roy Gamillia 
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 
Richard Bellamy, Xenia Harris, 
Joyce Tookes, Zeimorr Harris. 



92 



Class of '71 

Brenda Gearlds, Carol Gillep- 
water, Gary Givens, Larry 
Goode, Jeanette Goodnight, 
Milda Gosser, James Hammock, 
David Hammond, Debra Ham- 



Robert Hardy, Phillip Harlan, 
Angela Harley, Mary Harmon, 
Zeimorr Harris, Delores Heigl, 
Pam Hemmelgarn, Rennis Hen- 
derson, Shirley Herring 



Michael Hobbs, James Holiday, 
John Holt, Gary Hopkins, Na- 
dine Hordge, Douglas Hotler, 
Diana Huff, Joyce Hunter, Tim- 
othy Hyde 



Hamlton Jackie, William Jack- 
son, David Jaggers, Andrew 
Johnson, Keith Johnson, Ed- 
Willie Jordan, Phil Kagan, Rich- 
ard Kraft, Carol Keith 



Garland Kelly, Kathy Kersey, 
David Kimbler, Linda Kimbley, 
Robert Kiser, Martha Koehler, 
Betty Lawrence, Marc Law- 
rence, Theresa Lee 



Mike Lohman, Elizabeth Mc- 
Qlellan, Delana. McCord, Dor- 
othy McKinney, Charles Maho- 
rin, Rickey Marshall, Paulette 
Massey, Paul Marth, Theresa 
Mathews 



Vincent M a y f i e 1 d , Sherry 
Meadows, Adron Metcalf, Pat- 
ty Miller, Carl Moffett, Robert 
Moore, Annie Morris, Robert 
.Newhouse, Earl Nelson 



James Parker, Steve Paulson, 
Michael Payne, Bob Payton, 
Roy Phillips, Billy Pollitt, Por- 
tian Preston, Frances Ponder, 
Brenda Reese 



Pauline Raine, Clifford Ross, 
Ottis Ross, Wanda Rowe, Jerry 
Ruff, Terry Rundell, Russell 
Harting, Peggy Richard, Darryl 
Riding 



Darrell Rigdon, Martin Riley, 
Consuelo Rodrignez, William 
Sanders, James Szake, Davey 
Schilling, Pam Schilling, Mar- 
garet Scott, Rhonda Sedam 







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I 




Juniors 



Wesley Seawood, Pam Sente- 
ney, Bruce Sharp, Howard 
Shaw, Benny Shoulders, Rod- 
ney Sanders, Kent Slete, Anna 
Smith, Carolyn Soladine 

Ida Smith, Debbie Spacke, 
Gary^ Spannuth, Douglas 
Sparks, Sjgrjhen Spaulding, 
,Gaiy_ Stallard, Teddy Stone, 
Sandra Strunk, Janet Sullivan 



Jeanette Sullivan, Hyla Sum- 
mers, George Taylor, Naomi 
Taylor, Walter Taylor, Debbie 
Thurston, Joyce Tookes, Rich- 
ard Turentine, Gail Turk 



Joe Turner, Cindy Underwood, 
Berdina Van Cleave, David Van- 
lue, Willian Viers, Tom Voeller, 
Eugene Wallace, Robert Wal- 
lace, James Ward 



Mike Watkins, Terry Watson, 
Joann Welch, Ernie White, Pam- 
ela White, Randy Whittaker, 
Dennis Wilkerson, r^on^ Wil- 
liams, Patricia Williams 

Robert Wood, Debbie Young 

Sopno mores 

Patricia Abney, Barbara Ad- 
ams, Phyllis Adams, Robert 
Adams, David Aguilar, Joseph 
Albertson, Anthony Alexander 

Jackie Allison, Harry Allen, Da- 
mond Anderson, Helen Ander- 
son, James Anderson, Larry 
Anderson, Sheila Anderson, 
Vernon Andrews, Janet Archey 



Theresa Arnes, Nancy Baker, 
Becky Ball, Sylvia Batchelor, 
Jeanne Baverle, Don Baugh- 
jnan, Florence Baumgardner, 
Sandra Belviy, Linda Blackaby 



Davida Bobbitt, Dale Bowen, 
Linda Bowen, Jaletha Britt, 
Kathy Brooks, Steve Brooks, 
Diana Brown, Geneva Brown, 
Jeff Brown 



Nolan Browning, Bryant Wood- 
row, Jean Buchanan, Alice Bur- 
gess, Cathy Carring, Janet 
Chambers, Joni Chapman, Car- 
ol Charles, James Cherry 



94 



Class of '72 

Ella Clayton, Mary Click, Flora 
Cody, Richard Cofer, La Verne 
Collins, Roberta Combs, Leon 
Cook, Sylvia Cosgrove, John 
Cox 

Leonard Crabtree, Elora Cross, 
Ronald Curry, Debbie Davis, 
Rickey Davis, Roma Davis, 
Toni Delatore, Richard Den- 
ton, Rita Devellen 



James Donahue, LouAnn Dow- 
ell, Anna Dupee, Jerry Felts, 
Willard Fisher, David Floyd, 
Linda Fowler, Averitte Fran- 
ces, Gary Francis 



Luceil Franklin, Edward Fra- 
zer, LojiisJEiesh, Steve Gaither, 
Arnold Gedek, Kenneth Gen- 
try, Debra Gholdson, Drema 
Gibson, Linda Gill 



Linda Goff, Janice Golden, 
Estle Gordon, Dan Goul, Roger 
Grider, Dan Griner, Emma 
Grubb, Nancy Hammons, 
Cheryl Hardister 



Wilbert Harris, Virginia Hart, 
Bobbie Haynes, Cynthia High- 
shoe, Selah Himes, Eatrieia— 
Hobbs, Walter Holliday, Tom 
Holman, Debra Horton 



Charles Jewell, Gloria Johnson, 
Ralph Johnson, Robert John- 
son, David Jones, Myrna Jones, 
Betty Jordan, Carl Jordan, Mar- 
garet Judkins 



Diana Kaiser, Patricia Keith. 
Harry Kennedy, Mashell Ken- 
nedy, Patti Kern, Carolyn Ket- 
ron, Jerry King, Linda King, 
Mary King 



Dwight Kinser, Lezley Kirk- 
land, Karen Kritsch, Peggy 
Kyle, Raymond Ladd, Beverly 
Lake, Charlotte Leath, Daniel 
Limeberry, Danny Lynn 



Patrice McClure, David McCon- 
nell, Sheila McCord, Grace Mc- 
Dougall, Dan McKay, Jerry Mc- 
Kinney, David Marcum, James, 
MatthgistvOoug Maupin 




95 




Sophom 



ores 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFI- 
CERS: Dennis Webb, Denisa 
Wilson, Beverle Miller. Stand- 
ing Penny Cassidy. 

Steve Maupan, Corliss Maxey, 
Stanford Mayfield, Tim May- 
field, Bobby Melton, Ronald 
Metcalf, Beverle Miller, Nancy 
Miller, L arrv Montgomery 



Debbie Morgan, Bobbie Morris, 
Sharon Mosby, Andrew Mun- 
dy, JoAnn Munley, Rosa Linda 
Marroquin, Earl Marshall, 
James Noble, Louis Noble 



Griffith Norma, Jeanette Nun- 
ley, Keith Nusbaum, Kenneth 
Ogles, Mike Overby, Debra 
Palmer, John Patrick, Ginger 
Persinger, Ralph Petty 



Cindy Pierpont, Edwin Pops, 
Janet Potts, Don Prosser, Sam 
Pryor, Mary Puryear, Lonnie 
Raine, Mark Reeves, Ray Re- 
vicca 



Pamela Reynolds, Theresa 
Robinson, Brenda Roll, Roy 
Ross, Wanda Ross, John Rouse, 
Veda Russell, Carol Sargent, 
Bob Sanders 



Noreen Sarden, Maxine Sea- 
wood, Charles Shamblin, Daisy 
Sheppard, Herbert Sims, Patri- 
cia Skinner, Linda Smalling . 
S tpph^p Smith. Robert Spark- 
man 



Class of '72 

Crowning Debbie Horton, 
Queen of Military Ball is Prin- 
cipal Glenn Miller. Shirley Ba- 
ker is attendant. Cadet Lt. Rex 
McBrayer is R.O.T.C. repre- 
sentative. 



Dianna Spear, Larry Stinson, 
Lisa Stone, Hyla Summers, 
Ricky Summers, Joann Swin- 
dell 



IUljUS TamViprt ^r>phrvrali Tay- 
lor, Tarena Northington 



Dell Taylor, Jody Taylor, Peg- 
gy Teague 



Betty Thomas, Diane Thomas, 
June Thomas 



Donald Thompson, Jesse 
Tibbs, Eleanor Trimble, Maria 
Turpin, Shelia Tyler, Robert 
Uffman, John Vandevanter 
Brenda Vester, Georgia War- 
dell 



Benita Watkins, Alice Watson, 
Dennis Webb, Larry Welch, 
Erik Wheeler, Clarence White, 
Danny White, Wjlliam Wilford, 
Sharon Williams 



William Williams, Sammie Wjl- 
loughby, Mildred Wilson, Wil- 
liam Wilson, Danny Wright, 
Lawrence Wright, Vickie 
Wright, Rose Mary Young, An- 
drew Ealy -» 
ff 

Freshman 

Helen Abel, Ma.y-nard_Albert^_ 
son^ David Alexander, Eva 
Amonette, Linda Anderson, 
Maurice Anderson, Janet Ar- 
buckle, Janice Arbuckle, Don- 
ald Asher 

Gary Atwood, Bruce Averett, 
James Averitte, Jim Barr, Don- 
nie Barton, Zuella Baumgard- 
ner, Delia Baxter, Tesse Baxter, 
Patricia Beach 




97 




Class of '73 



FRESHMAN CLASSOF- 
FICERS: Linda Floyd, Jenny 
Bergman, Steve Raine, Keith 
Cosby 



Donna Beam, Denise Bell, Paul 
Belviy, Ricky Benedict 



Jenny Bergman, Belinda Ber- 
ryhill 



Linda Biggs, Binion Binion 



Charlene Bishop, Stan Black- 
burn, Willie Blanche, Ed Bock, 
StepheiiJaQokei^MariJyn Bos- 
tick, Sam Bowen, Harry Bow- 
man, Marlon Bradshaw 



Jackie Brandlein, Rogena 
Brandlein, Larry Bravard, Lar- 
ry Bray, Jennifer Brown, Mar- 
va Brown, Jackie Browning, 
Sherjnan-JL LQ w n in g_. Kathy 
Bruce 



Tom Bryson, Debbie Burr, Per- 
cy Bush, David Butler, William 
Campbell, Percy Cannon, Mar- 
ty Carr, Dell Carter, Patty Cas- 
setty 



Peggy Cassetty, Rose Chad- 
wick, Robert Cheatam, Frank 
Clark, Jenny Coak, Marilyn 
Coffey, Gregory Collins, Pris- 
cilla Cook, Carolyn Cooksey 



Davi d Coomer ^ Pandora Coom- 
.er., Frederick Corbin, JuliejCat- 
jeU, Charlotte Cox, Mary Cross- 
ley, Michael Crouch, Mary 
Crowe, Nancy Curry 



Norman Curry, Danny Danz, 
Danny Davis, Marsha Derzern, 
Nancy DeWitt, Nancy Dickens, 
Marilyn Dininger, James Dow- 
ell, Eddie Dunning 



9 
Freshman 

David Durhan, Betty Dycus, 
James Dycus, Earl Clifford, 
Marilyn Eggleton, Randy El- 
der, Carolyn Ellis, Diana Em- 
mert, Sandra Emmert 



Deborah Estes, Rita Everidge, 
Vicki Felts, Linda Ferrell, Mike 
Fields, Patrick Fitzgerald, Phyl- 
lis Flory, Linda Floyd, Sharon, 
Francis 



Given Freeman, Ronnie Frye, 
Joyce Fuqua, Joyce Gaidner^ 
Donald Garman, James Gar- 
man, Alvin Garrison, Edward 
Gaynor, Debbie Givens 



Rickey Glasco, Randy Golds- 
by, Terry Graves, Kathy Green, 
Ollie Green, Floyd Grider, Lin- 
da Grubb, Loretta Griffith, 
Janet Gulley 



Mike Haden, Scott Haddix, 
George Haley, Guy Halfaker, 
Anthony Hall, David Hall, 
Bruce Hammons, Rita Hamp- 
ton, Paul Hardwick 



Ernest Hargraves, Angus Har- 
ris, Elmer Hart, Caine Harvey, 
Gwendoyne Hatchett, Wanda 
Haynes, Richard Healy, George 
Heistand, Mark Helmer 



Pam Hendricks, LindaJHenry-j 
Glenda Henson, Larry Herdy, 
Garland Herring, Timothy 
Hicks, Donald Hill, Connie 
Hogue, Rilla Holdren 



Ellen_Holland, Nancy Holler, 
Paul Holman, Teresa Holman, 
Patricia Helmes, Debbie Holt, 
Sandra Ho.neyc.utt, Jesse Hood, 
Clifford Hopkins 



Michael Hudson, Mary Hull, 
Jim Ikerd, Mary Ingram, Shelia 
Jewell, Edward Johson, Floyd 
Johnson, Freda Johnson, Rich- 
ard Johnson 



Steve Johnson, Karen Jones, 
Keith Jones, Patricia Jones, 
Shirley Jones, Theresa Jones, 
Robert Jordan, Patricia Jud- 
kins, Linda Kaiser 




99 




Marching Band line up for a 
performance at Homecoming. 
Sandra Kaiser, Kathleen Keith, 
Demita-Kelkr, Richard Kelly, 
Ronald Kerner, Debbie Kersey, 
Tony Kinsey, Rosemary Kirby, 
Richard Lamb 



Ronnv Lawson , Mike Lawler, 
Therese Ledell, Debbie Lee, 
James Lee, J eff Leeper. Mark 
T ^Masters , St anley L ev 
jiyjines. 



Roger Lines, Randy Lohman, 
Gary Lowe, Larry McBride , 
Mike McCabe, Robin McClel- 
lan, Michael McCloud, Jack 
McCombs, Randy McCutcheon 



James McGinnis, Danny Mc- 
Hugh, Lynn McKinney, Robert 
McKinney, Sandra McUne, 
Herbert Mathews, David Mat- 
tingly, Diane Mayes, Daryl 
Maupin 



Lannie Meador, Larry Melton, 
Robert Metzger, Sandy Milam, 
Reggie Miller, Keith_MiUs, Je- 
rome Minion, Lynnette Mize, 
James Mobley 



Steve Montgomery, William 
Moore, James Morris, Debra 
Morton, Delores Mosby, Candy 
Mozingo, Steve Mundy, John- 
ny Murff, Fred Napier 



100 



9 

Freshman 

Wilma O'Given, Sharon On, 
Robin Ott, Terry Owens, Leon- 
ard Parker, Deborah Passwater, 
Wayne Pack, Mike Pearcy, Lar- 
ry Pennington 

Linda Petty, Sammy Phelps, 
Basil Philips, Pam Pollard, 
gjgky Pp'vadnre L Ri^hard-Ptm. 
> -4er T Patty Powell, Quentin 
Price, Rickey Price 



Roberta Price, Idessa Pruitt, 
Judy Puryear, Kinny Quilter, 
John Raine, Steve Raine, Law- 
rence Ramsey, Pam Reid, Carol 
Renner 



Roy Reynolds, Michael Rhude, 
Russel Rickman, Charier Ri-~ 
mer, Mike Roberts, Paul Rob- 
erts, Eunice Rouse, Eileen 
Sanders, Jeff Sandlin 



Mike Seaman, Susan Seaman, 
Donald Sentenev. Delores Sex- 
ton, Robert Shaw, Cindy 
Sheets, Michael Sizemore, Roy 
Sizemore, Greg Slaughter 



Andy Sloan, Ina Smith, Paul 
Smith, Rebecca Smith, Rohe.rt 
Smith, Ruth Smith, Walter 
Smith, Betty Jean Soloman, 
Debra Spears 



Mary Spieker, Jack Stahl, Lin- 
da Staley, Tim Stitch, Ralph 
M. Stockton, Harry Suiters, 
John Summers, Lawrence Tate, 
Nathan Taylor 



Richard Terry, Yvonne Terry, 
Vivian Tookes, Norma Theriac, 
Caryle Thomas, Don Turen- 
tine, Lewis Thompson, Arlon 
Twyman, Shelia Vandever 



Irish VanCleave, Jerry Van- 
Lieu, Robert Verrillim, Jimmy 
Via, William Walker, Garry 
Wall, Gary Ward, Gail Ward- 
well, Grover Watkins 



Linda Watkins, Arthur Watts, 
Kelvin Webster, Nathan West- 
moreland, Douglas White, 
Gregory White, Tom White, 
George Widion, Charier Wiley 




101 




Carrying out the theme of the 
Children's Museum drive, "Age 
of Aquarius are Faith Housan, 
Portia Orlosky and Jackie 
Whitney 

Pamela Wilhoit, Steve Wilkes, 
James Willoughby, Mike Wil- 
loughby 



Cynthia Wilson, Valerie Wisey, 
Charles Wright, Ray Wright, 
Barbara Woods, Betty Woods, 
Edward Woodson, Jim Yates 

Eighth Grade 

Kathryn A|Hersnn Charles Al- 
exander, Charlotte Alexander, 
Francine Alexander, Larry Al- 
len, Gerald Allen, Allen Adams, 
Amonette Alden, Steven An- 
derson 



David Anderson, Ricky An- 
drews, Evelyn Anthony, Joe 
Arthur, Randy Asher, Betty 
Baker, Sandy Batchelor, Donna 
Beatty, Dennis Bell 



Paula Bellamy, Gary Bennett, 
Stevie Blythe, John Bohannon, 
Mary Boicourt, Donald Boiley, 
Angie Bond, Donald Borja, 
Doris Bornstein 



Sandy Bowles, S.heny _Bg_yd, 
D<e b bie Brooks , frat-b-a-r-a- 
_Brown, Louveta Brown . Ste- 
ven Brown, Sherwood Buch- 
anan, Harold Bullock, Bennie 
Burkhart 

Catherine Burks, Charlene 
Campbell, Joyce Campbell, 
Bernita Cannon, Eugene Can- 
non, Leroy Cannon, James 
Carlton, Doug Carter, Twana 
Carter 



Eighth Grade 

Margaret Charles, Fred Clay- 
ton, Josspli-jGleavei* Charles 
Cransham, Donna Crawford, 
Marvin Crouch , Billy Coglan, 
Anthony Colvin, John Cpomer 



Theresa Coojaet, Gerald Cox, 
Oliver Daniels, Booker T. Davis, 
Jace Davis, AJiae_Day, Rusty, 
^ean, Jesse Dearman, Michael 
Dennis 



Carmen Delatore, Vi ckie Di- 
christotolo, Latrella Dixon, 
Qaudius Dobbins, Steve Dona- 
hue, Mark Duvall, Randy Du- 
vall, Diane Edmonds, Susie 
Edwards 



Charles Eines, Gloria Eines, 
EamEllis, Donald Engle, Egggy 
Bagel, Kenneth Enghsh, Car- 
nahah Eugene, Harry Everett, 
Dale Haddix 



Ro dney Hall , Darrel Feltner, 
Marcus Fields, Sandra Fields, 
Dennis Finnerty, Michael Fish- 
er, Rickey Floyd, Mark Fried- 
man, Judy Fuquea 



Michael Fuller, Bar bara Gann,. 
Alise Garnett, Gary Goode, 
Everett- Gnrb-@44 , Armando 
Granda, Frederick Graves, 
John Green, T eresa Green 



Richard Grubb, Angelo Guer- 
rieri, Jeffrey Gumm, Eddie 
Hallnon, Claude Hamilton, 
Brenda Hammack, Peggy Ham- 
mer, Robert Hammer, Robert 
Hampton 



argrav es. John Har- 
low, Beverly- Harris, Carla Har- 
ris, Cindy_Hairis^Lachelle Har- 
ris, Melverlene Harris, Eliza- 
be th H a lt i n g, Mickael Harting 



Pat Hause, Curtis Henderson, 
Sandra Henderson, JeweFHBr- 
rriiig_, Sunny Hickey, Jannette 
Holiday, Roosevelt Holliday, 
Faith Housam, Brenda 
Huckeba 



Leon Hughes, TJiej£sa_lngram, 
Jimmy Ipock, Artis Jackson, 
Roberta James, Vjckie_Jeffej.- 
son, Pa ul Johnso jL. Debbie 
Jones, Derrick Jones 




iPtt Au V 



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103 




Eighth Grade 

Melodious sounds of music fill 
the air as Junior High Choir 
perform. 



Elizabeth Jones, Kavin Jones, 
Terry Jones, Judy Ketron 



Arthur Kimbler, James King, 
Lin da King . Bob Kinz, Bobby 
Kirk wood, Dale Kline, Gary 
Kyle, Micheal Lacy, Vicki La- 
Follette 



.Lambert, QufllLawxe-Qce, 
Tony Leturqez, Leon Lewis, 
,-St eren Litteral, Stacey Cocke, 
Ge orge McDouga ll, Douglas- 
McGaha, Maquelin McLemore 



Donald McKinney, Deandra 
McVrue, Eddie Malone, Mike 
Martin, Linda May, £oj2£il — 
Ma^s, Thomas Medcaffe, Calhy— 
Messer . Delro Meyern 



George Milburn, Bje nda M ites^ 
Alan Miller, Samuel Miller, Ste- 
ven Miller, Stey-e_Mitch£ll, lo- 
e lla Mize ^Betty Moore, Bruce 
Moore 



James Moore, Karen Morelock, 
Garry Morford, Billy Morgan, 
Glenn Myers, Rabort Mzoes, 
Melinda Nanny, Rickey Neces- 
sary, Mike Nelson 



Diann Newport, Mamie Nich- 
jifer, Beverly— Jiolan, Dwight 
Northern, Tom O'Farrell, 
Portia Orlasky, Jackie Owens, 
Rebecca Parker , Mary Payton 



104 



Eighth Grade 

Bayid—Rcii aington , Rout hie 
Price, Randall Prichard, Ray- 
mond Pringle, Ana Quintana, 
Tracy Reams, Marvin JLegd, 
James Reid, Theresa Rem- 
metter 



Janis Rentley, Harold Rice, 
Ronnie Rice, James Rigney, 
Randy Robertson, Marion 
Rogers, James Roll, Roseanna 
Loy, Larry Ross 



Thurman Ross, Jack Ruff, 
Robert Runyon, Regina Russ, 
Di anna Russ eH, Martie Sola- 
dine, John Sanders, Helene 
Sarden, Pamela Sawyer 



Rofrert^S chrogham , Barbjia 
SgotT, Betty Seawood, Brenda 
Shafer, Randy Shelley, James 
Shelton, Susan Silas, Tim 
Simpson, John Skaggs 



Carol Smith, Delbert Smith, 
Lynn Smith, Michael Smith, 
Ronald Smith , Charlotte 
Smiley, Gardner Stanley, Levi 
Staples, Rex Staples 



Kevin Stewart, Willie Strick- 
ling, Larry Swanigan, Robert 
Swanigan, Roselyn Talley, L ar-- 
ry Tate, Bill Taylor, Clyneese 
Taylor, Donald Tayl or 



Ernest Taylor, Anthony 
Teipen, Jon Theadford, Ken- 
neth Thomas, MicheUeJhcuap- 
-sqo, Ulus Toran, Betty Tundell, 
Cliff Turentine, Ricardo- 
Turnley 

Joseph VanBlaricum, J_ani£s 
Vanover, Wanda Wagers, -Exe- 
lyri^ WagEone r. Richard Wag- 
goner, BorihieJVagnex^ Eddie 
Ward, Karen Warland, Yvonne 
Washington 



BeverlyJ&atkins, Rob_ert_Wjil3 J 
Mike Weaver, P_ehxa-_W_ebb A 
Derrick Webb, Sadie Webster, 
^Dehfai g White, Jeff Wortman, 
Jerry Williams 



Jgamela William son, Rebecca, 
Xjlson, Jackie Yarbrough 




105 




Seventh Grade 



Junior High Student Council 
representatives are (Row One) 
D. Brown, L. Mathes, T. Graves 
(Row Two) J. Halfaker, J. 
Gumm, B. Watkins, B. Krous 
(Row Three) J. Brackie, T. 
Matthews, J. Hall, M. Fuller 

William Abbott, _&Qse-_Abi£«. 
Debbie Abney, Victor Aguilar 



Rene Alexander, J an e t Albert - 
■ son. Walter Allen, Steve An- 
derson, ElwighLAjidrew^Ran- 
dy Andrews, Delores Baker, 
Tony Baldridge, Kevin Ball 



Ricky Ballard, Beverly Beasley, 
Joseph Beaty . Cind y Bedford, 
Mark Belden, Michael Bellamy, 
Ret ry Bentle y, Judy Bergman, 
Diana Bigger s 



Peppy Blakev . JC ent B led_aQ£_ 
Regena Borja, Marshall Bow- 
man, David Boyd, Jackie 
Brackin, Glen Bravard, Penny 
Brickely, Kathy Brilery 



Donald Brooks, David Brown, 
Donald Browning, Gilford 
Bunch, Juanita Bunch, Lewis 
Burnley, Lorraine Burton, Jac- 
queline Burton, Janet Butler 



Linda Butler, Sharline Butler, 
John Byrd, Lott Cannon, Lin- 
da Carman, Robert Claprodt, 
Pamela Clemons, Ricky Cobb, 
Danny Coglan 



Darrell Coleman, James Col- 
lins, Janice Collins,. Edward 
Conknght, Gloria Conover, 
Patty Conover, Mjrian_Cflnm.- 
er, Sharon Coovert, Angela 
Coinelison 



106 



Seventh Grade 

Denise Cosby, Patricia Cox, 
Julie Craig, Wingield Crain, 
Steve Crittendon, Linda C ul- 
jiahcmse^Lynnette Curry, RoB^ 
ert Dabney , Ricky Davis _ 

Mark Delatore, Pam Dick am. 
Donald Dillard, Gary Dillahay, 
Diana Ditchley, C a talina Ditch - 
_ljC Frank Djx on Sharon Dodd, 
piajia^ojjglas 



Cody Duff, Brenda Dugan, 
George Dycus, Sheila Duke, 
Lisa Duke, Roger Duvall, Ar- 
thur Edwards, Donna Edwards, 
Larry Engel 



Thaddeus Erwin, Maggie Fer- 
rell, BafUala Hemming, Nathan 
Floyd, Donald Foster, Selyia. 
France, Douglas Fry, Kathy 
Garman, Karen Garnett 



Kenny Gentry, Vanessa Giles, 
Sharon Gill, Charlene Goins , 
Sheila Grant, rv»arip<j ^rayp" 
Jo nathan Graves, Ronak LGrav. 
James Green 



Brenda Grider, Doug Grider, 
Donald Griffith, Norma Gross 1 
Greg Gumm, Randy Haddix, 
Jeff Hall, Mary Hampton, 
Melinda Handen 



James Hardwich, James Har- 
graves, Richard HaTfl. Majaie- 
Hawodo De nna H aJaille, Larry 
Hathaway, Lawrence Hayes, 
Joe Heigl, Margaret Herring 



-E jp Hogan , Debeinh Hold en, ■ 
Helen Holifield, Victoria Hol- 
loway, Rhonda Holman, Mike 
Hopkins, Vicki-Husjcins, Jane 
Howard, Tony Howell 



Barbara Hughes, Steve Hughes, 
Anthony Hunter, Rex Hurley, 
Philimendi a Hutchr ns, John 
Ivy, Billy Jacobs, Marie lagger-, 
Johnny James 



Pierre Jenkins, Robert Jinks, 
JermleTohnson, Leslie John- 
son, Mara- Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, Marsha JordanJDon- 
ald Keen,. Gary Kendall 




107 




Seventh Grade 



Exploratory teacher Carolyn 
Nelson explains to eighth grade 
students T. M. Simpson, Bren- 
da Gaskins, Karen Worland, 
and Fred Napier Indiana 
History. 

Mike Kennedy, Carol Kimbler, 
Mike Kinser, Becky Kinz 



Ben Kortz, Barney Kraus, Phil- 
lip Kritsch, Cathy Lambert, 
Dennis Lambert, Danny Law- 
son, Stp.vp.n l.elak Gary_Le_- 
Mastsis, Lonnie Limeberry 



Marty Limeberry, Jenny Log- 
gins, Robert Lyle, Richard 
Manifold, Cathy Mason, Rose 
Mason, Lisa Maupin, Penny 
Meador, Mike Melton 



Arthur Meyers, Patty Miles, 
Ricky Miller, Deirdre Minor, 
Kathy Monday, XfitSsa_Maoxe, 
Eugene Morris, Tudy Morton, 
Greg Muray 



Jackie Murphy, Mike Murello, 
John Murphy, Joyce McDon- 
ald, CarvinMcGee, Connie Mc- 
Kinney, X grri McNeij L. Denice 
McPherson, Roy McCoy 



Johnnie Napier, Oliver Nichols, 
Christi na NoeL Owen Norris, 
Sandy — Eaek, Sidney Parker, 
Charles Odom.piOctoi-QiSuttr 
Cathy Olsen 



Shirley Partlow, Robin Patter- 
son, Jackie Payton, Diana Pen- 
nington, Bobby Phelps, Arthur 
Powell, D-anaJd_Powxll, David 
Patterson, Richard Quilter 



108 




Seventh and eighth grade stu- 
dents yell with the cheerleaders 
during a pep session. 

Linda Rand, Gilbert Randall, 
Williarn _Ratliff e_ Rajmiond. 
jLeams, Anna Reed, Sherry 
Reed, Randal Rhude, Fred^ 
Rice, Vivian Richey 

Dean Rigdon, Robert James, 
Jonathan Robinson, Charles 
Rogers, J^Annn Rnsier, An- 
thony Ross, Janice Ross, Karen 
Ross, Harris Stanton 

Howard Sanders, CJiciyLSand- 
Jin, Robert Schmidt, Marcy 
Schmidt, Vernon Schmidt, Jim 
Schrowe, Carolyn Shaw, Ben- 
nie Shelton, T^essie__SJi£lto*— 

Arvine Sherrill, Randy Shirrell, 
Sandra Shirrell, Tina Shrum, 
Connie Sizemore, David Size- 
more, Chuck Smith, Diane 
Smith, Donald Smith 



Glenda Smith, Mary Smith, 
Wally Smith, Dalene Soladine, 
Bill Spangler, Brenda Spears, 
Altora Spencer, Donald Ste- 
vens, Robert Sullon 



Arthur Sutton, G4ry_Sjrnpeen, 
Greg Tapscon, CJiaJcJes_JFate? 
Sharon Tate, Tjim Taynes, Rod- 
ney Temple, Michelle Tenn er. 
V^rajera 



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Seventh Grade 

Rendering a song is the Junior 
High Choir. 



Kenny Terry, Rrian Thpmas, 
p pnna Thompson . FflwarH 
Thomson .^J ud v Thomp- 
son, Troy Tihhs r Tanpt TYr^eD, 
Tina Turk, Frederick Twyman 



Melvin Tyler, Deborah Under- 
wood, Roygenia Underwood, 
Rickey Vasquez, Doris Vester, 
Marsha Wagner, Rollin Walker, 
Brenda Walls, Djg bbie Watson 



Donald Watson,4Ienry r Watson, 
PnrnHa Maisaw-, David Webb, 
Joan Webb, Evelyn Webster, 
Yvonne Wegman, Lynn Wemer, 
C vnthia West 



Joyce_W_££i, Billy Wheeler, 
Karen White, Allena Whitley, 
l arVip Wh rtnev Bernard Wil - 
liams, 4an„WJL[}iams, Jas Wil- 
liams, Jeniles Williams 



Jo hnny Willia ms, Mjke Wil- 
Jiams, Gary Wilson, Shawn Wil- 
son, Debbie Wright, David 
Wokfe, Rjchard_Yarfou, Tim 
Moore ' 



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Members of the Boy Scout Troop 
are (Row 1) J. Reid, G. Miles, S. 
Miller, K. Stewert, D. Jones, D. 
Browning, (Row 2) O. Lambert, 
J. Byrd, J. Harlow, E. Taylor, J. 
Coomer, R. Scrogham, (Row 3) 
C. Dobbins, M. Crouch, A. Spen- 
ser, A. Granda, T. Leturgec, D. 
Taylor, (Row 4) M. Ried, D. Fin- 
nerty, J. Hortman, R. Swanigan, 
R. Watts. 



Starting Southside Girls Club po- 
tato chip sale are Beatrice Fields, 
Karen Smith, and Governor Edgar 
Whitcomb. 



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Thank You for 
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Opening Pages 
Identification 



Page 2. R.O.T.C. Color Guard 

Page 3. UPPER -Patty Friedman 
LOWER -Fred Walker 

Page 4. UPPER -Virginia Driver 

UPPER -Debbie Spacke with the Up With People cast. 
LOWER LEFT-L. Culvahouse, S. Davis, M. Ferrell. 
LOWER RIGHT-Bob Payton 

Page 5 . Darrell Rigdon and Pamela Senteney 

Page 6. Miss Nancy Young and Myrna Jones. 

Page 7. UPPER-Beverle Miller 

CENTER-Keith John, Woodrow Bryant and Joe Didot 
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We would like to extend our deep appreciation for the hard work and many 
hours that Mrs. Dixie J. McDonough has put into the 1970 Wood Log. The 
yearbook staff would not have been able to complete the Wood Log without the 
helpful assistance of Mrs. McDonough. The staff would also like to thank her 
husband and family for understanding the many hours that she had to spend away 
from them. Once again we would like to say, "thanks for a job well done." 



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8 -Chung Yim Sheung 

Mrs. Margaret Scofield, Elizabeth Arthur 
Mr. Gene Austin, Keith Nusbaum, Greg Bun- 
Bobby Jones, Customer 
Charles Eid, Greg Burr 
9-Mr. Eddie Patterson, Daniel Griner, John Holts- 
claw 

30 -Sheila Dixon 

Suzanne Bellamy, Mr. Thomas Fihe, Bill Eiler 

Kathy Ferguson, Viiginai Driver, Miss Mary 

Lyons, Sheila Dixon, Tom Haynes 

Sheila Dixon, Carolyn Nelson, Kevin Ferrell, 

Frank Duncan 

Mixed Ensemble 

Thornton Norton, Sharon Pinner, Flossie Cap- 

shaw, Larry Van de Vanter 

31 -Memorial Day 

Ted Stone, Mr. Richard Emery, Carolyn Nelson 

70 -Sue Falls, Mr. Darwin Stevens 

Daniel Shelton, Mi. Eugene Bennett 
Christina Cunningham, Betty Jones 

7 1 -School boaid member 

Mi. Richaid Emery, Sharon Leonard 
112-Gayle Bean, Baibaia Adkins 
Dwight Anderson 

Debbie Thurston, Mrs. Sophia Maiksbuiy, Mrs. 
Betty Underwood 
113-Ted Stone, CarlGieen 

Billy McKinney, Donna Davis, Mrs. Reba Ensor 



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Index 



20,84 
94 
. 10,14,26,33,84,89 



.76 
102 



Abdon, Maxine Mrs ... 76 
Abel, Helen . . . 40,97 
Abney, Patricia . . .47,94 
Adams, Allen ... 102 
Adams, Barbara ... 94 
Adams, Diana ... 92 
Adams, Edda JoAnn . . . 40,84 
Adams, Phyllis . . .40,47,94 
Adams, Robert ... 94 
Adkins, Barbara . . . 84,92 
Adkins, Benny 
Aguilar, David . 
Aguilar, Marcus 
Ahlmeyer, Mary Mrs ... 76 
Albertson, Joseph ... 94 
Albertson, Maynard ... 97 
Albright, Otto Mr . . 
Alden, Amonette . . . 
Alderson, Bill ... 92 
Alderson, Kathryn . . 
Alderson, Terry ... 20 
Alexander, Anthony ... 94 
Alexander, Carla . . . 42,69,92 
Alexander, Charles ... 102 
Alexander, Charlotte . . . 102 
Alexander, David ... 97 
Alexander, Edwina . . . 33,84,90 
Alexander, Francine . . . 102 
Alexander, Rickland ... 40 
Allen, Gerald ... 102 
Allen, Jerry ... 67 

.94 

.102 

. 23,92 

..92 
.94 

...40,41,97 
.92 
..94 
102 



102 



Allen, Harry . . 
Allen, Larry . . 
Allen, Mike . . 
Allen, Rachel . 
Allison, Jackie . 
Amonette, Eva . 
Amos, Larry . 
Anderson, Damon . 
Anderson, David . . 



Anderson, Helen . . 
Anderson, James . 
Anderson, Larry . . 
Anderson, Linda . . 
Anderson, Maurice 
Anderson, Michael 
Anderson, Richard 
Anderson, Sheila . 
Anderson, Steven . 
Andrews, Randy . 
Andrews, Ricky . . 
Andrews, Vernon . 
Anthony, Evelyn . 
Arbuckle, Janet . . 
Arbuckle, Janice . 
Archey, Janet . . 
Arnes, Theresa . 
Art Department 
Arthur, Elizabeth 
Arthur, Joe . . 
Asher, Donald 
Asher, Randy 
Atkins, Bill . . 
Atwood , Gary 
Austin, Eugene Mr 
Auto Body ... 22 
Auto Mechanics ... 23 
Aberett, Bruce ... 97 
Averitte, James 



42,58,94 
94 

44,62,94 
97 

..97 

..42,43,62,92 
..92 
..94 
...102 
..38 
.102 
. . . 26,94 
.. 102 
. 40,69,97 
..40 
94 
.94 
..14 

...42,43,45,46,47,84 
102 

. . 40,97 
..102 
92 
. . 63,97 

64,66,76 



49,62,97 



B 



Baker, Betty ... 102 

Baker, Dennis ... 92 

Baker, Nancy ... 94 

Baker, Shirley ... 97 

Baker, Wayne . . . 54,84 

Ball, Becky ... 94 

Ballard, Artie . . . 37,39,67,84 

Ballard, Richard ... 67 

Band, Marching . . . 100 

Barbering ... 20 

Baurele, Jeannie . . . 42,46,69,94 

Barnett, Charles ... 42 

Barr, Jim . . . 97 

Barton, Donnie ... 97 

Baseball Team, Varsity ... 55 

Basketball Team, Eighth Grade ... 67 

Basketball Team, Freshman ... 64 

Basketball Team, Reserve ... 64 

Basketball Team, Seventh Grade ... 67 

Basketball Team, Varsity ... 66 

Batchelor, Sandy ... 102 

Batchelor, Sylvia . . . 26,94 

Baughman, Don ... 94 

Baumgardner, Florence . . . 42,94 

Baumgardner, Zuella .... 40,97 

Baxter, Delia . . . 97 

Baxter, Tesse ... 97 

Beach, Eldon . . . 40,92 

Beach, Patricia ... 97 

Beam, Donna . . .98 

Bean, Gayle. ..48,84,92 

Beard, Tom... 52,58,84 

Beasley.Paul . . .92 

Beasley, Rosalie ... 92 



Beatty, Donna . . . 102 
Beaty, Joe ... 67 
Beauty Culture ... 20 
Beeson, Wanda Mrs. . . .76 
Bell, Ann ... 84 
Bell, Dennis . . . 98,102 
Bellamy, Michael ... 67 
Bellamy, Paula ... 102 
Bellamy, Richard . . . 55,58,66,92 
Bellamy, Suzanne . . . 48,84 
Belviy, Gary . . . 40,92 
Belviy.Paul. . .63,98 
Belviy, Sandra . . . 34,42,51,94 
Benedict, Ricky ... 98 
Benefield, Carlene Mrs ... 76 
Bennett, Eugene Mr . . . 44,76 
Bennett, Gary . . .67,102 
Benson, Frances Mrs ... 76 
Bentley, Janis ... 105 
BergdoU, Phyllis Mrs. . .78 
Bergman, Bill . ..62,92 
Bergman, Jenny . . . 46,62,68,98 
Berryhill, Belinda ... 98 
Biggs, Linda ... 11,98 
Binion, Binion ... 98 
Bishop, Charlene . . .98 
Bishop, Randal Mr ... 76 
Blackaby, Linda ... 94 
Blackburn, Stanley . . . 64,98 
Blanche, Willie... 98 
Blaugh, Donald ... 84 
Blythe, Steve ... 102 
Board, Joseph . . . 25,92 
Bobbin, Davida ... 94 
Bock, Ed . ..98 
Bock over, Leo ... 92 
Boeldt, Barbara Miss . . . 16,76 
Bohannon, John . . . 102 
Boicort, Mary ... 102 
Boiley, Donald ... 102 
Bond.Angie . . . 12,102 
Booker, Stephen . 
Borja, Donald . . . 
Bornstein, Doris . 
Bostick, Marilyn . 
Boswell, Pam . . 
Boswell, Tom . . 
Bowden, Trav Mr . 



102 
. 102 

..98 
.92 
.46,92 

.77 



Bowen, Dale ... 94 

Bowen, John Jr . . . 92 

Bowen, Linda ... 94 

Bowen, Sam ... 98 

Bowles, Sandy ... 102 

Bowman, Harry ... 98 

Bowman, Richard ... 84 

Bowman, Robert . . . 28,76,92 

Boys Scouts ... Ill 

Boyd, Dennis ... 92 

Boyd, Sherry ... 102 

Boy's Concert Club . . .41 

Bradford, Jessee ... 92 

Bradshaw, Marlon . . . 64,98 

Bradlein, Jackie ... 11,98 

Bradlein, Rogena ... 1 1 ,98 

Bravard, Larry ... 98 

Bray, Larry ... 98 

Bray, Ronnie Lee ... 84 

Brenton, Stephen ... 92 

Brewster, Kathy ... 84 

Brewster, Molisha ... 84 

Britt, Jaletha . . . 94 

Brittan, Elwin Mr . . . 43,76 

Brooks, Debbie ... 102 

Brooks, Kathy ... 94 

Brooks, Steve ... 94 

Brown, Barbara . . . 102 

Brown, Betty Mrs . . . 80 

Brown, Betty Mrs ... 78 

Brown, Betty . . . 39,92 

Brown, Carolyn . . . 32,84 

Brown, Cheryl . . . 33,42,84 

Brown, Clarence ... 48 

Brown, Diana . . . 46,94 

Brown, Gary . . . 25,84 

Brown, Geneva ... 94 

Brown, Jeff . . .94 

Brown, Jennifer ... 98 

Brown, Louveta ... 102 

Brown, Marva ... 98 

Brown, Mary Mrs ... 76 

Brown, Roy . . .47,92 

Brown, Steven . . . 102 

Browning, Jackie ... 98 

Browning, Sherman ... 98 

Bruce, Katherine ... 1 1 ,40,98 

Brundage, Phillip Mr. ... 76 

Bryson, Tom . . . 63,98 

Buchanan, Sherwood ... 102 

Bullock, Harold ... 102 

Burgess, Alice . . . 17,40,50 

Burhart, Bennie . . . 102 

Burks, Diana ... 92 

Bun, Debbie. ..38,41,42 

Burr, Greg . . . 10,11,13,26,34,37,41,44,46,47,54,92 

Burns, Margaret ... 69 



Bush, Peggy ... 98 
Bush, Percy . . . 25,98 
Business Education ... 16 
Butler, David ... 98 

C 
Cafeteria Workers ... 78 
Caither, Steve ... 95 
Campbell, William . . .92,98 
Cannon, James ... 67 
Cannon, Leroy ... 67 
Cannon, Lott ... 67 
Cannon, Percy . . .59,98 
Cannon, Richard ... 64 
Caporale, Lou Mr . . . 58,62,76 
Carhn, Peggy . . . 32,39,45,58,85 
Carr.Joe . . .42,92 
Carr, Marjory Mrs ... 76 
Carr, Marty ... 98 
Carroll, Kathelene Mrs . . . 76 
Carter, Dell . . .41,67,98 
Cassetty, Peggy ... 98 
Cassetty, Penny ... 40 
Cassetty, Patty . . . 98 
Castetter, Debra Lynn ... 85 
Chadwick, Rose ... 98 
Chaleff, Boris Mr ... 76 
Charles, Carol . . .41,46,47 
Charles, Margaret . . . 103 
Chastain, Edna ... 92 
Chavis, Percy ... 92 
Cheatam, Robert . . ,98 
Cheerleaders, Freshman ... 68 
Cheerleaders, Reserve ... 69 
Cheerleaders, Varsity ... 68 
Chicola, Keith ... 85 
Childers, Suelynne Miss ... 76 
Chiltan, William Mr ... 77 
Chittenden, Constance ... 92 
Chittenden, Kay ... 92 
Choir, Junior High . . . 104,110 
Churchill, Winston Police Chief ... 89 
Clark, Frank ... 98 
Clark, Janice Miss . . . 38,76 
Clark, Lynn . . .44,85 
Clayton, EUa . . .47,72,73,95 
Clayton, Fred ... 103 
Cleaning & Pressing ... 22 
Cleaver, Joseph . . . 103 
Click, Mary . . .40,95 
Clifford, Earl . . . 99 
Clifford, Jane ... 92 
Clifford, Joyce . . . 10,85 
Coak, Jenny . . . 98 
Cocke, Stacey ... 104 
Cody, Flora ... 95 
Cody.Harvie . . .63,92 
Co fer, Richard . . .55,95 
Coffey, Marilyn ... 98 
Coglan, Billy ... 103 
Cole, Cassandra ... 92 
Coleman, Ronald ... 19 
Collins, Gregory ... 98 
Collins, Janice ... 73 
Collins, La Verne ... 1 1 ,95 
Colvin, Anthony . . . 103 
Colwell, Margaret . . . 47,85 
Combs, Roberta ... 95 
Commercial Food ... 28 
Conder, Frances Mr ... 82 
Cook, Dorothy Mrs . . . 68,76 
Cook, James . . .40,67 
Cook, Leon ... 95 
Cook, Priscilla ... 98 
Cook.Ramona ... 33,69 
Cooksey, Carolyn ... 98 
Cooksey, Katherine Mrs ... 76 
Coomer, David ... 98 
Coomer, John . . . 103,111 
Coomer, Pandora ... 98 
Coomer, Theresa . . . 103 
Cooperative Office Education . . . 16,38 
Coovert, Naomi ... 92 
Copeland, Kenneth ... 92 
Corbin, Frederick . . . 49,98 
Cordray, Mattie ... 92 
Correll, Julie ... 98 
Cosby, Donna ... 42 
Cosby, Keith . . .59,64,92,98 
Cosgrove, Sylvia ... 1 1 ,95 
Courts, Kenny ... 92 
Cox, Charlotte . . . 98 
Cox, Cindy ... 92 
Cox, Gerald . . .58,103 
Cox, John ... 95 
Crabtree, Leonard . . . 26,95 
Craig, Jack . . . 92 
Cransham, Charles ... 103 
Crawford, Donna . . . 103 
Crawford, Glenda Faye ... 85 
Crites, Dorthea Mrs . . . 76 
Crittendon, Steve ... 38 
Crosley.Mary . . . 38,41,46 
Cross Country, Freshman ... 63 
Cross Country, Varsity ... 62 
Cross, Denise ... 68 



123 



Cross, Elora ... 95 
Crossley.Mary . .. 19,42,98 
Crouch, David ... 85 
Crouch, Earl ... 85 
Crouch, Marvin . . . 103,1 1 1 
Crouch, Michael ... 98 
Crowe, Bobbie ... 92 
Crowe, Mary ... 98 
Cunningham, Christina . . . 37,92 
Curry, Clarence Mr ... 76 
Curry, Ronald . . . 40,58,62,64,95 
Curry, Lynette ... 47 
Curry, Nancy ... 98 
Curry, Norman ... 98 
Custodians ... 77 
Cutshaw, Marie Mrs ... 76 

D 
Dabney, Robert . . .49,92 
Daniels, Oliver ... 103 
Danz, Danny ... 98 
Darty, Roxsane ... 92 
Davidson, Gurney Mr ... 76 
Davis, Booker T ... 103 
Davis, Debbie . . .33,59,98 
Davis, Donna ... 85 
Davis, Jean . . . 103 
David, Peggy . . . 33,42,50,85 
Davis, Ricky ... 95 
Davis, Roma ... 95 
Davis, Tom Mr ... 21,76 
Day, Alice ... 103 
Day.Vicki . . . 92 
Dean of Boys ... 75 
Dean of Girls ... 74 
Dean, Rusty ... 103 
Dearman, Jesse . . . 103 
Decius, Norma Mrs ... 76 
Dees, Dianna Lynn ... 85 
DeFrantz, Faburn Mr ... 75 
Delatore, Carmen . . . 103 
Dclatore, Toni ... 95 
Delk, Steve . . . 26 
Dennis, Michael . . . 103 
Dental Assistants ... 24 
Denton, Richard ... 95 
Detamore, Helen Miss ... 76 
DeVault.Rugh . . .78 
Devellen.Rita . . . 95 
DcWitt, Nancy . . . 98 
Dezern, Marsha. ..40,98 
Dichristofolo, Vickie . . . 103 
Dickens, Nancy ... 98 
Didot, Joseph ... 85 
Didot, Robin . . .41,92 
Dininger, Marilyn ... 98 
Distributive Education Club ... 39 
Ditchley, Mary ... 33 
Dixon, Latrella ... 103 
Dixon, Sheila . . . 45,47,84,85,89 
Dobbins, Claudius . . . 111,103 
Dobson, Debra ... 92 
Donahue, James . . . 49,95 
Donahue, Steve . . . 103 
Dose, Mickey ... 21 
Dotson, James , . . 54,64,92 
Dowell, James . . .63,64,98 
Dowell, Lou Ann ... 95 
Driver, Virginia . . . 16,32,45,47,48,49,85 
Dupee, Anna . . . 42,46,95 
Duncan, Frank . . . 20,54,85 
Dunning, Eddie ... 98 
Durham, David ... 99 
Duvall.Mark ... 103 
Duvall, Randy ... 103 
Dycus, Betty . . .99 
Dycus, James ... 99 

E 
Ealy, Andrew . . . 64,97 
Edmonds, Diane . . . 103 
Edwards, Shirley Mrs ... 78 
Edwards, Susie . . . 103 
Eggleton, Marilyn ... 99 
Eid, Charles. . . 10,13,44,47,92 
Eighth Grade ... 102 
Eiler, Diana . . . 39,41,85 
Eiler, Kenneth Mr ...72,76 
Eiler, William . . . 42,43,44,48,85 
Eines, Charles ... 103 
Eines, Gloria . . . 103 
Elder, Randy ... 99 
Ellis, Carolvn ... 99 
Ellis, Pam . .-. 103 
Emberton, June ... 92 
Emery, Richard Mr ... 72 
Emmert, Diane ... 99 
Emmert, Sandra ... 99 
Emminger, Verna Mrs ... 77 
Engel, Peggy . . . 103 
Engel, Virginia ... 92 
English Department ... 10 
English, Kenneth ... 103 
Enlow.Ted ... 48 
F.nsor, Reba Mrs ... 77 
Erbse, James Mr ... 77 
Estes, Deborah ... 99 
Estes, lleta . .. 32,47,48,51,85 
Eugene, Caxnahan ... 103 
Everett, Harry ... 103 
Everidge, Rita ... 99 

F 
Faculty ... 76 



Fairbanks, Danny ... 92 

Falls, Sue . .. 33,45,47,48,84,85,89 

Farmer, Larry ... 92 

Fay, Carolyn Mrs ... 77 

Ferguson, Blanche Mrs ... 77 

Ferguson, Kathy . . . 33,42,45,47,85,92 

Fcltner, Darrell ... 103 

Felts, Vicki ... 99 

Felts, Jerry ... 95 

Ferrel, Linda ... 99 

Ferrell, Kevin ... 85 

Fields, Beatrice ... 1 11 

Fields, Marcus . . . 103 

Fields, Mike . ..42,99 

Fields, Sandra ... 103 

Fine, Tom Mr 48,77 

Finchum, Frances ... 78 
Finnerty, Dennis . . . 103,1 1 1 
Fisher, Mary Ellen ... 85 
Fisher, Mike . . .67,103 
Fisher, Richard .. .77,92 
Fisher, Willard . . .40,95 
Fitzgerald, Patrick . . .59,99 
Fleming, Ruth . . . 16,26,32,33,37,39,45,48,84,85 
. . 12,67,77 
. . 40,85 

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.58,95 

.98 

. .67 

.. 103 



Flora, Gerald Mr . 
Flory, Clarence . 
Flory, Phyllis . 
Floyd, David . . 
Floyd, Linda . . 
Floyd, Nathan . 
Floyd, Rickey . 
Football Team, Freshmen ... 59 
Football Team, Varsity ... 58 
Forbes, Simon ... 92 
Foreign Language ... 1 1 
Foreman, Dan Mr ... 77 
Fowler, Einda ... 95 
Fox, Betty Mrs . . . 80 
Frances, Averitte ... 95 
Francis, Gary ... 95 
Francis, Sharon ... 99 
Franklin, Luceil ... 95 
Fraser. Ian Mr ... 77 
Frazer, Edward ... 95 
Freeman, Gwendolyn ... 99 
French Club . . .41 
Fresh, Louis ... 95 
Freshman Class ... 97 
Freshman Class Officers ... 98 
Friedman, Mark ... 67,103 
Friedman, Patty . . . 10,26,33,45,92 
Frierson, Patty ... 62 
Frye, Ronald . . . 64,99 
Frye, Roy Curtis . . . 58,65,66,67 
Fuqua, Joyce ... 99 
Fuqua, Judy . . . 103 
Fuqua, Michael . . .41,92 
Fuller, Michael ... 103 
Fultz, Peggy Mrs ... 77 
Fultz, Pam Mr ... 77 
Future Teachers of America ... 48 
G 

. 11,33,46,85 

.77 
. .74 



Gaines, Janet . . 
Gaines, Orval . . 
Gains, Charlene 
Gamillia, Roy . . 
Gann, Barbara . 
Gardener, Joyce 
Garman, Donald 
Garman, James . 
Garnett, Alise . . 
Garnett, June Mrs . . 
Garrett, Betty Mrs 



92 
103 
. .99 
..99 
.99 
103 

21,77 
77 



Garrison, Alvin ... 99 
Gates, Joe Mr ... 81 
Gaynor, Edward ... 99 
Gaynor, Elizabeth Ann 
Gearlds, Brenda . . .93 
Gedek, Arnold . . 
Gentry, Kenneth 
Gholdson, Debra 
Gibson, Drcma . 
Gill, Linda . . . 40,95 
Gillenwater, Carol . . . 
.99 



.42,48,85 



.95 



.95 



93 



Givens, Debbie 
Givens, Gary ... 93 
Glasco, Rickey ... 99 
Gobble, David ... 17 
Goff, Linda ... 95 
Golden, Janice ... 95 
Goldenaires ... 41 
Goldsby, Randy . . . 99 
Golf. . .54 
Goode, Gary ... 103 
Goode, Larry ... 93 
Goodnight, Jeanette ... 93 
Gorbett, Everett ... 103 
Gordon, Estlc . . . 95 
Goss, Vernon David 
Gosser, Milda ... 93 
Goul.Dan . . . 95 
Granda, Armando . . 
Gross, Charles Mr . . 
Graves, Frederick . . 
Graves, Mae Mrs . . . 
Graves, Terry ... 99 
Greene, Carl . . . 39,85 
Green, John . . .67,103 
Green, Kathy . . . 40,99 
Green, Ollie ... 99 
Green, Teresa . . . 103 



.85 



. 103,111 

.77 
. 103 

77 



Grider, Floyd ... 99 
Grider, Roger ... 95 
Griffin, Darrell ... 25 
Griffith, Loretta . . . 40,99 
Griffith, Norma ... 96 
Grimmitt, Dale ... 86 
Griner, Dan ... 95 
Grubb, Emma ... 95 
Grubb, Linda . . .40,99 
Grubb, Richard ... 103 
Guerrieri, Angel . . . 103 
Guillaume, James Mr ... 77 
Gulley, Janet . . . 40,99 
Gumm, Jeffrey . . . 103 

H 
Haddix, Dale ... 103 
Haddix, Scott ... 99 
Haden.Mike. ..47,62,64,99 
Hagan, Rick ... 55 
Haley, George ... 99 
Halfaker, Guy . . . 38,99 
Hall, Anthony ... 99 
Hall, Bowman Mr ... 77 
Hall, David ... 99 
Hall, Rodney ... 103 
Hallagan, Patricia Mrs . . . 73,74 
Hallnon, Eddie ... 103 
Hamilton, Claude ... 103 
Hamilton, Jackie ... 93 
Hamm, Eva Mrs ... 77 
Hammack, Brenda . . . 103 
Hammock, James ... 93 
Hamme, Robert . . . 103 
Hammer, Peggy . . . 103 
Hammond, David . . . 42,93 
Hammons, Debbie . . . 14,49,93,99 
Hammons, Nancy ... 11,41,95 
Hampton, Rita ... 99 
Hampton, Robert . . . 103 
Hanley, Richard Mr . . . 28,77 
Hanna, Leona Mrs ... 78 
Hardister, Cheryl . . . 11,42,95 
Hardwick, Paul . . . 38,99 
Hardy, Robert ... 93 
Hargraves, Ernest ... 99 
Hargraves, Martha ... 103 
Harlan, Phillip ... 93 
Harley, Angela ... 93 
Harlow, Don . . . 48 
Harlow, John .. . 103,111 
Harman, Mary ... 93 
Harris, Angus ... 99 
Harris, Beverly . . . 103 
Harris, Carla ... 103 
Harris, Cindy ... 103 
Harris, Conley Stephen . . . 42,86 
Harris, Lachelle . . . 103 
Harris, Melberlene . . . 103 
Harris, Wilbert . . . 62,95 
Harris, Xienia ... 92 
Harris, Zeimorr ...62,63,66,92,93 

Hart, Elmer 99 

Hart, Jack Mr ... 77 
Hart, Virginia ... 95 
Harting, Elizabeth ... 103 
Harting, Michael ... 103 
Hartley, Joann Miss ... 1 1 ,77 
Hartsock, Frankiee . . . 26,37,86 
Harvey, Caine ... 99 
Harvey, Don ... 55 
Haslet, Gerald Mr ... 77 
Hatchett, Gwendolyn ... 99 
Hause, Pat . . . 103 
Hayden, Mike . . . 41,44 
Hayden, Raymond ... 77 
Hayes, Lawrence ... 63 
Haynes, Bobbie ... 95 
Haynes.Tom . .. 44,47,48,55,86 
Haynes, Wanda ... 99 
Healy, Richard ... 99 
Heigl, Delores . . . 50,93 
Heitbrink, Helen ... 77 
Heistand, George ... 99 
Helmer, Mark ... 99 
Hemmelgarn, Pam ... 93 
Henderson, Clara Mrs ... 78 
Henderson, Curtis . . . 103 
Henderson, Rennis . . . 62, 93 
Henderson, Sandra . . . 103 
Hendrick, Raymond ... 77 
Hendricks, Pam ... 99 
Henry, Linda. . .99 
Hensley, 1st. Sgt. Dwight ... 77 
Henson, Glenda ... 99 
Herdz, Larry ... 99 
Herring, Garland . . . 40,42,46,99 
Herring, Jewel . . . 103 
Herring, Shirley ... 93 
Hessman, Jack ... 49 
Hickey, Sunny . . .74,103 
Hicks, Timothy ... 99 
Highshoe, Cynthia . . . 40,95 
Hill, Donald ... 99 
Himes, Selah ... 95 
Hobbs, Michael . . . 49,93 
Hobbs, Patricia . . . 42,95 
Hochstedler, Clyde Mr ... 77 
Hogue, Connie . . . 99 
Holder, James ... 62 
Holdier, Margaret Mrs ... 77,83 
Holdrcn, Rilla . . . 99 



124 



Holiday, James. . .49,93 

Holiday, Jannette . . . 103 

Holiday, Roosevelt . . . 67,103 

Holiday, Walter . . .95 

Holland, Ellen ... 99 

Holler, Nancy ... 99 

Holloway, Frank Mr ... 77 

Holman, Linda Jean ... 86 

Hollman, Paul ... 99 

Holman, Rhonda . . . 38,47 

Holman, Theresa . . . 12,33,99 

Holman, Tom . . . 44,62,68,95 

Holmes, Patricia ... 99 

Holsey, James Edward . . . 62,72,75,86 

Holt, Debbie ... 99 

Holt, John... 42,43,44,49 ,93 

Homecoming ... 32 

Home Economics ... 26 

Honeycutt, Sandra ... 99 

Honor Society ... 47 

Hoober, Nela Mrs ... 78 

Hood, Jesse . . . 42,99 

Hopkins, Clifford ...42,99 

Hopkins, Gary ... 93 

Hordge, Nadine ... 93 

Horticulture ... 25 

Horton, Debbie . . . 11,42,49,69,95,97 

Hostetler, Richard C . . . 68,86 

Hotler, Douglas . . . 29,93 

Housam, Faith . . . 103 

Howard, Teresa . . . 38,86 

Howell, Gerry . . . 14,86 

Huber, Thema Mrs . . . 78 

Huckeba, Brenda ... 103 

Huckleberry, Gergory . . . 42,86 

Hudson, Michael ... 99 

Huff, Diana ... 93 

Hughes, Leon . . . 103 

Hull, Mary ... 99 

Hull, William Mr .. .77 

Hummell, Charles ... 55 

Hunt, Lester . . .68,86 

Hunter, Joyce ... 51,93 

Huter, Frances Mrs ... 76 

Hyde, Timothy ... 93 

I 
Industrial Aits ... 17,26 
Industrial Cooperative Training Club . . . 
Ikerd, Jim . . . 99 
Ingram, Mary ... 99 
Ingram, Theresa ... 103 
Ipock, Jimmy . . . 103 



J 



Jackson, Anna Miss . 



.78 



Jackson, Artie . . 


.103 


Jackson, George 


..86 


Jackson, James . 


..86 


Jackson, William 


...93 


Jaggers, David . . 


.93 


James, Roberta . 


. . 103 


Jaynes, Steve . . . 


86 


Jefferson, Vickie 


... 103 


Jessee, Betty . . . 


42 



Jett.TomMr.. .72,7 3,75 

Jewell, Charles . . . 19,62,95 

Jewell, Sheila ... 99 

Jines, Monte Mr ... 78 

Joerendt, Kenneth Mr ... 77 

Johnson, Andrew ... 93 

Johnson, Arthur Mr . . . 54,78 

Johnson, Charles ... 67 

Johnson, David Mr . . . 55,64,78 

Johnson, Edward . . . 42,63,99 

Johnson, Freda ... 99 

Johnson, Floyd . . . 59,64,99 

Johnson, Gloria ... 95 

Johnson, Keith ... 93 

Johnson, Leslie ... 67 

Johnson, J. Lyle Mr ... 78 

Johnson, Marian ... 86 

Johnson, Paul . . . 103 

Johnson, Pearline Eloise ... 86 

Johnson, Ralph ... 95 

Johnson, Richard . . . 99,48 

Johnson, Robert ... 95 

Johnson, Ronald Anthony . . . 40,58,62,66,86 

Johnson, Sarah Frances ... 86 



Johnson, Steve 


..99 


Jones 


Betty . . 


19,26,32,33,45,48,49,73,75,84,86,89 


Jones 


Bobby . . 


.86 


Jones 


David . . 


95 


Jones 


Debbie . 


.103,111 


Jones 


Derrick . 


..103 


Jones 


Elizabeth 


... 103 


Jones 


Karen . . 


.99 


Jones 


Keith . . 


99 


Jones 


Kevin . . 


104 


Jones 


Patricia . 


..46,92,99 


Jones 


Shirley . 


.99 


Jones 


Terry . . 


104 


Jones 


Theresa . 


. . 40,99 


Jordan, Betty . 


. 40,95 


Jordan, Carl . . . 


95 


Jordon, Edwillie 


...42,54,93, 



Jordon, James . . . 28,86 
Jordon, Robert . . . 99 
Judkins, Margaret . . . 41,57,95 
Judkins, Patricia ... 99 
Judy, James Mr ... 78 
Junior Achievement . . . 50,51 
Junior Class ... 92 



Junior Class Officers ... 92 
Junior-Senior Prom ... 32 

K 
Kagan, Phi) ... 93 
Kahl, (Catherine Miss ... 76 
Kaiser, Diane ... 21,95 
Kaiser, Linda ... 99 
Kaiser, Sandra ... 100 
Keith, Carol... 93 
Keith, Jewel ... 78 
Keith, Kathleen ... 100 
Keith, Patricia ... 95 
Kegeris, Cheryl ... 86 
Keller, Demita ... 100 
Kelly, Garland . . .58,93 
Kelly, Jerry ...86 
Kelly, Richard .. .59,100 
Kenison, John Mr ... 78 
Kennedy, Harry . . .42,62,95 
Kennedy, Mashell . . . 46,47,95 
Kennett, David . .. 11.44,46,47,55,86 
Kern.Patti.. .11,95 
Kerner, Ronald . . . 41,100 
Kersey, Debbie . . .42,100 
Kersey, Kathy . . .93 
Kersey, Steve ... 86 
Ketron, Carolyn ... 95 
Ketron, Judy ... 104 
Key Club ... 44 
Key, Mildred Mrs.. .78 
Kimbler, Arthur ... 104 
Kimbler, David . . .93 
Kimbley, Linda ... 93 
King, James ... 104 
King, Jerry ... 95 
King, Linda . ..38,95,104 
King, Mary ... 95 
King, Robert Mr ... 78 
Kinser, Dwight ... 95 
Kinsey, Debra ... 59 
Kinsey.Tony . . . 100 
Kinz.Bob ... 104 
Kirby, Rosemary ... 100 
Kirkland, Lezley . ..58,95 
Kirkwood, Bobby ... 104 
Kiser, Robert ... 93 
Kline, Dale ... 104 
Koehler, Evelyn C . . . 39.86 
Koehler, Martha ... 93 
Kraft, Richard . . . 10,37,47,54,62,64,93 
Kritsch, Karen . . . 95 
Kritsch, Phillip ... 67 
Kult, Edward Mi . . .78 
Kyle, Gary ... 104 
Kyle, Peggy ... 95 

L 
Lackey, Bonita Joann ... 86 
Lacy, Michael . . . 104 
Ladd, Raymond ... 95 
Laetsch, Bruce Ml ... 78 
LaFollette, Vicki ... 104 
LaGiotto, Marion Mi ... 78 
Lake, Beverly ... 95 
Lambert, Otis . .. 104,111 
Lamkin Louise Mrs ... 78 
Lamp, Richard ... 100 
Landei, Odell . . . 56,58 
Lane, Geraldine Mrs ... 77 

Laut, Harold Mr 78 

Lawler, Mike . ..40,64,100 
Lawrence, Betty ... 93 
Lawrence, Carol ... 104 
Lawrence, David ... 86 
Lawrence, Jacqueline . . . 26,87 
Lawrence, Marc ... 93 
Lawson, Ronny . . . 40,100 
Leath, Chaiolette ... 95 
Ledell, Theresa ... 100 
Lee, Debbie . . . 68,100 
Lee, James . . . 100 
Lee, Mike ... 32 
Lee, Theresa ... 93 
Leepers, James . . . 59,100 
Lehr, Mary Ellen Miss ... 76 
LeMasters, Mark ... 100 
Leturquez, Tony . . . 104,111 
Lewis, Allen ... 39 
Lewis, Joe Mr ... 78 
Lewis, Leon . . . 104 
Lewis, Stanley ... 100 
Library ... 10 

Lidikay, Anne Miss . . . 40,78 
Linebeny, Daniel . . . 40,95 
Lines, Danny . . . 42,63,100 
Lines, Robert . . . 44,62 
Lines, Roger ... 100 
Litteral, Steven ... 104 
Little, Thomas Mi ... 78 
Lohman, Gary Eugene ... 87 
Lohman, Mike ... 93 
Lohman, Randy ... 100 
Loy, Roseanna . . . 105 
Lovelace, Danny . . . 40,59 
Lowe, Gaiy .. .63,100 
Lugai, Richaid Mayor ... 89 
Lunderman, Robert ... 87 
Lyles, Bob . . . 24,42 
Lyons, Lucille ... 78 
Lyons, Mary Lou Miss ... 78 
Lynch, Theodore Mi ... 78 
Lynn, Danny . . .58,95 



Mc 
McBee, Robert ... 40 
McBrayer, Rex ... 55 
McBride, Larry ... 100 
McCabe.Mike ... 100 
McClcllan, Elizabeth . . .93 
McClcllan, Robin ... 100 
McCloud, Michael . . . 59,64,100 
McClure, Patrice . . . 38,40,41,95 
McClusky, Teddy .. .59 
McCombs, Jack ... 100 
McConnell, David ... 95 
McCord, Delana ... 93 
McCord, Sheila. . .95 

McCracken, Neville Mrs 11,41,78 

McCutcheon, Randel) ... 100 
McDonough, Dixie, Mrs ... 78 
McDougall, George ... 104 
McDougall, Grace . . .26,95 
McGaha, Douglas . . . 104 
McGaw, Geneva ... 47 
McGinnis, James . . . 42,100 
McHugh, Danny ... 100 
McKay, Dan... 95 
McKinney, Bill . . . 39,87 
McKinney, Donald ... 104 
McKinney, Dorothy ... 93 
McKinney, Jerry . . . 40,95 
McKinney, Lynn . . .40,100 
McKinney, Robert ... 100 
McLeish.John .. .67,78 
McLemore, Maqueline . . . 104 
McReynolds, Vivian . . . 48,87 
McUne, Deandra . . . 104 
McUne, Sandra . . .40,100 

M 
Mackin, Rodney . . .64 
Mahurin, Charles . . .25,93 
Majorettes ... 69 
Majors, Arthur . . . 22,40 
Malone, Eddie ... 104 
Mangan, Phyllis ... 87 
Manuel, Leonard . . . 58,87 
Maple, Myrl ... 42 
Marcum, David .. .41,49,95 
Marksbury, Sophia Mrs ... 80 
Manoquin, Linda ... 96 
MaishaU, Eail . . . 96 
Marshall, Larry . . . 62,63,64 
Marshall, Ricky . . . 44,93 
Marth,Paul...93 
Martin, Mike ... 104 
Mason, Don Mi ... 78 
Massey, Paulette ... 93 
Mathematic Department ... 12 
Mathews, Herbert ... 100 
Mathews, Theresa ... 93 
Mathis, Wanda . . . 83 
Matthews, James ... 95 
Mattingly, David ... 100 
Maupin.Daiyl ... 100 
Maupin, Doug . . . 42,95 
Maupin, Steve ... 96 
Maxey, Coiliss ... 96 
May, Linda ... 104 
Mayes, Diane ... 100 
Mayfield, Kim . . . 62,64 
Mayfield, Stanford ... 96 
Mayfield, Tim . . . 96 
Mayfield, Vincent ... 93 
Mays, Robert ... 104 
Meadows, Isabel Mis ... 78 
Meador, Lannie . . . 63,100 
Meadows, Sherry ... 4 1 ,9 3 
Medcalfe, Thomas ... 104 
Meeks, Harvey Mr ... 78 
Melton, Bobby ... 96 
Melton, Larry ... 100 
Messer, Cathy ... 104 
Metcalf, Adron . . . 42,43,46,62,93 
Metcalf, Ronald . . . 40,54,96 
Metzger, Robert . . . 42,43,46,62,93 
Meyern, Delro ... 104 
Milam, Sandy ... 100 
Milburn, George . . . 104 
Miles, Brenda ... 104 
Miller, Alan .. . 104 
Miller, Beverle .. .41,47,96 
Miller, Glenn Mr . . . 72,73,93,97 
Miller, Kathy ... 87 
Miller, Nancy . . .42,96 
Miller, Patty ... 93 
Miller, Reggie ... 100 
Miller, Samuel .. . 104,111 
Miller, Steven ... 104 
Mills, Keith ... 100 
Minatel, John Mr . . .78 
Minion, Jerome . . . 100 
Minor, Hilda . . .39,87 
Mitchell, Steve ... 104 
Mize, Joella ... 104 
Mize, Lynnette . . .40,41,100 
Mobley, James. . .63,64,100 
Moffett.Carl .. .46,93 
Montgomery, Larry ... 96 
Montgomery, Steve . . . 63,100 
Mooney, Terry Pat . . . 87 
Moore, Betty ... 104 
Moore, Bruce . . . 59,104 
Moore, James . . . 48,104 
Moore, Sharon Ruth ... 87 



125 



Moore, Robert . 
Moore, William . 
Morelock, Karen 
Morelock, Steve 
Morford, Garry . 
Morgan, Billy . . 
Morgan, Debbie . 
Morris, Annie . . 
Morris, Bobbie . 
Morris, James . . 
Morse, William Mr 
Morton, Debra . . . 
Mosby, Delores . . 
Mosby, James Mr . 
Mosby, Sharon . . 
Mozingo, Candy . 
Mozingo, Wendell Mr . . 
Mundy, Andrew ... 96 
Mundy, Steve ... 100 
Munn, Sue Mrs ... 82 
Murff, Johnny ... 101 
Murphy, Bertha Mae . . 
Murphy, John 1st Sgt. . 
Music. . 15,40,42,43 
Myers, Glenn ... 104 
Mzoes, Robert ... 104 



.49,93 
.64,101 
..104 
. . 58,87 

.104 
104 

.96 
93 

.41,42,96 
100 

, . .78 

101 

100 

.. 18,33,72,75 

96 

.42,68,101 
62,78 



87 
. .49,79 



N 



Nanny, Darlene ... 87 

Nanny, Melinda . . . 104 

Napier, Fred ... 100 

NARRATOR Staff ... 37 

Necessary, Rickey ... 67,104 

Neeson, Alfred ... 87 

Nelson, Carolyn . . . 26,33,37,45,57,48,50,75,87 

Nelson, Earl . . .93 

Nelson, Mike ... 104 

Newhouse, Robert ... 93 

Newport, Diann . . . 104 

News Bureau Staff ... 37 

Ney, William Mr . . . 79 

Nichols, Mamie . . . 104 

Nicholson, Eugene ... 42 

Noble, Bruce . . .58,66,87 

Noble, James ... 96 

Noble, Louis . . .55,58,64,96 

Nolan, Beverly ... 104 

Northern, Dwight ... 104 

Northern, Elizabeth . . . 26,87 

Northington, Tarena ... 97 

Nunley, Jeannette ... 96 

Nunley, JoAnn . . 

Nusbaum, Keith . 



96 

.41,42,47,54,96 
O 



Odom.Sue ... 33 
OTarrell, Tom ... 104 
Office Education Association . 



Office Workers . . 
O'Given, Wilma . . 
Ogle, Eleanor Mrs 
Ogles, Kenneth . . 
Orlasky, Portia . . 
Orr, Sharon 
Ott, Robin . 



76 

101 

..76 

96 

104 
40,101 
0,11,40,101 



Overly, Mike . . . 96 
Owen, Gordon Mr . . 



20,79 



Owens, Jackie ... 104 
Owens, Terry . . . 42,101 

P 
Pardue, Michael . . . 58,87 
Pardue, Richard . . . 32,87 
Parker, James ... 93 
Parker, Leonard . . . 101 
Parker, Rebecca . . . 47,104 
Parker, Sidney ... 67 
Parks, Penny Ann . . . 20,87 
Passwater, Deborah . . . 40,101 
Patrick, John . . .48,96 
Patterson, Eddie Mr ... 79 
Patterson, Pearl ... 78 
Paulson, Steve . 



Payne, Michael 
Payton, Bob . . 
Payton, Mary . 
Pearcy, Mike . . 
Pennington, David . 
Pennington, Larry . . 
Perkins, Charlotte . . 
Persinger, Ginger . . 
Peters, Donavan Mr . 
Petty, Linda ... 101 
Petty, Ralph ... 96 
Phelps, Sammy 
Philips, Basil . . 
Phillips, John . 
Phillips, Roy . . 
Phillips, Sam . 



.93 

..49,93 
26,58,93 
. 104 

101 



. 105 
.46,101 
. 33,87 
96 
..79 



. . 101 
101 
62 
93 
23 



Physical Education ... 19 
Pierpont, Cindy . . .41,42,47,96 
Pollard, Pam ... 101 
Pollitt, Billy ... 93 
Polvadore, Ricky ... 101 
Ponder, Frances ... 93 
Ponder, Richard ... 101 
Poole, Kenneth ... 79 
Poole, Patricia Allen ... 87 
Pops, Eddie . . . 27,55,58,64,96 
Porter, Pamela Doris ... 87 
Porter, Vickie Mrs . . . 79 
Potts, Janet ... 96 
Powell, Patty ... 101 
Preston, Portia . . .93 



Price, Donnie . . . 62,87 

Price, Quentin . . . 101 

Price, Rickey . . . 101 

Price, Roberta . . . 41,42,101 

Price, Routhie ... 105 

Prichard, Randall ... 105 

Pringlc, Raymond . . . 105 

Prosser, Don ... 96 

Pruett, Louise Miss ... 79 

Pruitt, Idessa ... 101 

Pryor, Sam . . . 42,96 

Puryear, Judy . . . 101 

Puryear, Mary ... 96 

Puryear, Patricia Ann . . . 32,46,48,87 

Pugh.DaveMr . . . 18,79 

Q 
Quails, Ronald Eugene ... 87 
Quilter, Kinny ... 101 

Quill and Scroll 36 

Quintana, Ana . . . 105 

R 
Radford, Steve . . . 26,87 
Raine.John . ..40,101 
Raine, Lonnie . . . 58,96 
Raine, Pauline ... 93 
Raine, Steve. . .59,64,98,101 
Raisor, Patricia ... 87 
Ramsey, Lawrence . . . 101 
Randle, Pastel Miss . . . 17,45,79 
Ray, Revicca . . . 40,96 
Reams, Tracy . . . 105 
Reed, Dorothy . . .78 
Reed, Helen Mrs ... 76 
Reed, Jenny ... 88 
Reed, Marvin . . . 105 
Reese, Brenda . . .45,46,48,93 
Reese, Steve ... 88 
Reeves, Mark ... 96 
Reid, James. .. 105,111 
Reid, Michael . . .88,111 
Reid, Pamela . ..41,68,101 
Reimer, Arthur Mr ... 79 
Remmetter, Theresa . . . 105 
Renner, Carol ... 101 
Repass, John, Mr ... 79 
Reynolds, Cyril! .. .58,88 
Reynolds, Helen ... 78 
Reynolds, Pamela ... 96 
Reynolds, Roy . . . 40,101 
Rhude.Mike . . .40,101 
Rice, Ed ... 18 
Rice, Harold ... 105 
Rice, Ronnie . . . 105 
Richard, Peggy ... 93 
Richards, Larry ... 16 
Rickman, Russell . . . 62,101 
Ridge, Karen ... 40 
Riding, Dan-yl . . .93 
Rigdon, Darrell . .. 38,47,93 
Riggen, Steve . . . 39,88 
Riggs.Dale, Mr . . . 76 
Rigney, Betty ... 88 
Rigney, James . . . 105 
Riley, Martin . . . 64,93 
Rimer, Charier ... 101 
Roach, Bobby ... 88 
Roberts, Mike ... 101 
Roberts, Paul ... 101 
Robertson, Clifford, Mr ... 79 
Robertson, Randy . . . 105 
Robertson, Zeddie, Mr . . . 29,79 
Robinson, Sharlotte . . . 48,88 
Robinson, Theresa . . . 40,96 
Rodrignez, Consuelo ... 93 
Rogers, John ... 40 
Rogers, Marion . . . 105 
Roll, Brenda .. . 33,40,41 96 
Roll, James ... 105 
Ross, Clifford . . .23,93 
Ross, Julia .. .41,88 
Ross, Larry . . .67,105 
Ross, Roy . . . 40,96 
Ross, Thurman ... 105 
Ross, Wanda . . . 19,41,42,47,49,96 

R. O. T. C 48,49 

R.O.T.C. Queen . . . 97 
Rouse, Eunice . . . 101 
Rouse, John . . . 22,64,96 
Rowe, Wanda .. .69,72,75,93 
Ruff, Jack ... 105 
Ruff, Jeny ... 93 
Rundell, Terry . . .93 
Runyon, Roberts . . . 105 
Rush, Larry ... 88 
Russ, Regina . . . 105 
Russell, Bonnie ... 88 
Russell, Dianna ... 105 
Russell, Harting ... 93 
Russell, Vida . . .42,96 

S 
Sanders, Betty Mrs ... 79 
Sanders, Bob ... 14,41,42,96 
Sanders, Eileen . . . 101 
Sanders, John ... 105 
Sanders, Rodney ... 94 
Sanders, William... 49 ,9 3 
Sandlin, Jeff ...40,101 
Sarden, Helene ... 105 
Sarden, Noreen . . . 40,96 
Sargent, Carol ... 96 
Sawyer, Pamela . . . 105 



Saxon, Gail ... 55 

Schilling, Davey ... 93 

Schilling, Pam ... 93 

Schragham, Robert ... 105 

Schumacher, Gloria . . . 72,75,88 

Science Club ... 38 

Science Department ... 12 

Scofield, Margaret Mrs . . . 10,79 

Scott, Barbara ... 105 

Scott, Hobby ... 88 

Scott, Margaret ... 93 

Seaman, Mike . . . 101 

Seaman, Susan . . . 37,40,46,68,101 

Seawood, Betty ... 105 

Seawood, Maxine ... 96 

Seawood, Wesley . . . 23,58,64,94 

Sedam, Rhonda ... 93 

Senteney, Donald . . . 101 

Senteney, Pam . . . 26,37,42,43,47,94 

Service Station ... 22 

Seventh Grade ... 106 

Sexton, Delores . . . 101 

Shafer, Brenda ... 105 

Shalling, Linda ... 96 

Shamblin, Charles . . . 38,40,41,47,96 

Sharp, Bruce ... 94 

Sharp, John Mr ... 79 

Shaw, Howard ... 94 

Shaw, Robert ... 101 

Sheets, Cindy ... 101 

Shelley, Randy . . . 105,67 

Shelton, James ... 105 

Sheppard, Daisy . . . 47,96 

Sheppard, Gloria ... 47 

Shoe Repair ... 22 

Shoulders, Benny ... 94 

Sieveking, Eileene, Mrs ... 77 

Silas, Susan . . .40,105 

Simnick, Margaret, Mrs ... 79 

Simpson, Thomas ... 88 

Simpson, Tim . . . 105 

Sims, Hebert ... 96 

Sims, Theodore, Mr ... 79 

Sizemore, Michael . . . 59,101 

Sizemore, Roy . . . 101 

Skaggs, John ... 105 

Skinner, Patricia ... 96 

Slaughter, Greg . . .42,101 

Slete, Kent ... 94 

Sloan, Andy ... 101 

Sloan, Larry . . . 44,62 

Smiley, Charlotte ... 105 

Smith, Anna ... 94 

Smith, Arthur Lee . . . 58,66,88 

Smith, Carol, Mrs . . . 79 

Smith, Carol ... 105 

Smith, Delbert 47,67,105 

Smith, Eleanor, Mrs ... 79 

Smith, Ina . . .94,101 

Smith, Karen ... Ill 

Smith, Lynn ... 105 

Smith, Michael ... 105 

Smith, Paul ... 101 

Smith, Rebecca ... 101 

Smith, Robert ... 101 

Smith, Ronald ... 105 

Smith, Ruth ... 101 

Smith, Sharon ... 39 

Smith, Stephen ... 96 

Smith, Thomas ... 88 

Smith, Walter ...40,101 

Smith, William ...88 

Snorton, William Mr ... 79 

Snyder, Mark ... 88 

Social Studies Department . . . 18,19 

Soladine, Carolyn ... 94 

Soladine, Martie ... 105 

Soloman, Betty Jean . . . 101 

Sonntag, Richard ... 88 

Sophomore ... 94 

Sophomore Class Officers ... 96 

Spacke, Debbie . . . 15,33,34,31,42,46,47,94 

Spanish Club ... 41 

Spannuth, Gary ... 94 

Sparkman, Robert ... 96 

Sparks, Douglas ... 94 

Spaulding, Stephen ... 94 

Spears, Debra ... 101 

Spears, Dianna . . . 40,47,97 

Spears, James, Mr ... 79 

Sperling, Marlene . . . 73,74 

Spieker, Mary . . . 29,101 

Sprowel, Ronald ... 13 

Stabl, Jack ... 101 

Staley, Debra ... 101 

Stahlut, Walter, Mr . . . 19,62,63,79 

Stallard.Gary . . . 94 

Stanley, Gardner ... 105 

Staples, Levi ... 105 

Staples, Rex ... 105 

Starks, Thelma ... 28 

Steele, Loree, Miss ... 79 

Stevens, Darwin, Mr ... 79 

Stewart, Kevin ... 105,111 

Stickling, Willie 67 

Stitch, Tim ... 101 
Stith, Steve . . . 58,59 
Stinson, Larry ... 97 
Stockton, Ralph ... 101 
Stone, Lisa. . .41,47,97 
Stone, Ted ... 13,41,46,50,94 



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Strader, Kenneth . . . 64,66 

Strickling, Willie ... 105 

Strunk, Sandra ... 94 

Student Council .. .41,47 

Student Life ... 31 

Sullivan, Janet ... 94 

Sullivan, Jeanette ... 94 

Suiters, Harry ... 101 

Summers, Hyla . . . 94,97 

Summers, John . . . 42,101 

Summers, Ricky . . . 12,62,97 

Summers, Wanda ... 1 1 ,88 

Sutton, Robert . . . 42,44,48,55,58,88 

Swanigan, Larry ... 105 

Swanigan, Robert ... 105,111 

Swindell, Joann ... 97 

Swope, Tom Mr ... 79 

Szake, James ... 93 

T 
Talley, Roselyn ... 105 
Tambert, Julius ... 97 
Tate, Lawrence . . .59,101 
Tate, Larry ... 105 
Taylor, Bin ... 105 
Taylor, Clyneese ... 105 
Taylor, Deborah ... 97 
Taylor, Dell . . . 97 
Taylor, Donald . ..67,105 
Taylor, Ernest ... 105,111 
Taylor, George . . . 47,54,94 
Taylor, Judy ... 97 
Taylor, Lawrence . . . 58,88 
Taylor, Naomi . . . 40,94 
Taylor, Nathan ... 101 
Taylor, Walter ... 94 
Teague, Peggy . . . 50,97 
Teipen, Anthony . . . 105 
Tennis ... 54 
Terry, Richard ... 101 
Terry, Yvonne ... 101 
Threadford, Jon ...42,105 
Theriac, Norma ... 101 
Thomas, Betty ... 97 
Thomas, Caryle ... 101 
Thomas, Debra ... 88 
Thomas, Diana ... 97 
Thomas, June Ellen . . . 47,97 
Thomas, Kenneth ... 105 
Thomas, Prue ... 49 
Thompson, Donald ... 97 
Thompson, Lewis . . . 101 
Thompson, Michelle . . . 105 
Thompson, Peg, Mrs ... 76 
Thurston, Debbie . . . 10,26,32,37,45,94 
Tibbs, Jesse . . .62,97 
Tillery.Rollie.Mr . . . 79 
Tinker, Ernest, Mr ... 79 
Tookes, Joyce . . . 92,94 
Tookes, Mike ... 88 
Tookes, Vivian . . . 38,41,42,101 
Toran, Ira . . . 62 
Toran, Ulus ... 105 
Track Team, Varsity ... 56 
Tri-Hi-Y Club ... 44 



Trimble, Eleanor ... 97 
Trimble, Rosalind . . . 11,41,46,88 
Tundell, Betty ... 105 
Turentine, Cliff ... 105 
Turentine, Don . . . 101 
Turentine, Richard ... 58,94 
Turk, Gail ... 94 
Turnley, Ricardo ... 67,105 
Turner, Ephraim, Mr ... 79 
Turner, Joseph . . . 46,94 
Turpin, Maria ... 97 
Turner, Sue ... 24 
Tuttle, Donald, Mr ... 79 
Twyman, Arlon . . . 40,42,101 
Tyler, Melvin ... 67 
Tyler, Sheila ... 97 

U 
Uffman, Robert . . 97 
Underwood, Amy ... 1 1 
Underwood, Betty Mrs . . . 80 
Underwood, Cindy ... 94 

V 
Van Blaricum, Joseph . . . 105 
Van Cleave, Berdina ... 94 
Van Cleave, Irish . . . 101 
Vandevanter, John . . . 58,97 
Vandever, Shelia . . . 101 
Van Lieu, David ... 94 
Van Lieu, Jerry . . . 59,64,101 
Van Lieu, Mike ... 55 
Van Lieu, Tom, Mr . . . 26,79 
Vanover, James . . . 105 
Vaubel, Sigrid, Mrs . . . 79 
Verrillim, Robert ... 101 
Vester, Brenda .. .41,97 
Via, Jimmy . . . 12,40,101 
Viers, William . ..28,94 
Voelkel, Shirley Mrs . . . 78 
Voeller.Tom ... 94 
Vornholt, Don, Mr . . . 17,79 

W 
Wagers, Wanda ... 105 
Wagner, Bonnie . . . 105 
Waggoner, Evelyn ... 105 
Waggoner, Richard ... 105 
Waitress.Training ... 28 
Walker, William ... 101 
Wall, Garry ... 101 
Wallace, Eugene . . . 58,94 
Wallace, Robert ... 94 
Ward, Eddie, Mr . . . 54,64,66,79,105 
Ward, Gary ... 101 
Ward, James . . . 10,34,44,47,94 
Wardell, Georgia ... 97 
Wardwell, Gail ... 101 
Warland, Karen ... 105 
Warren, Shirlee, Mrs . . . 79,83 
Washington, Yvonne ... 105 
Watkins, Benita ... 97 
Watkins, Grovcr ... 101 
Watkins, Linda .. .47,101 
Watkins, Mike . . . 94 
Watson. Alice ... 97 



Watson, Terry ... 94 
Watts, Arthur ... 101 
Webb, Dennis ... 97 
Webster, Delorus ... 47 
Webster, Kelvin ... 101 
Weeden, Helen, Mrs ... 79 
Weir, Julia, Mrs . . . 73,74,79 
Weisling, Albert, Mr . . . 79 
Welch, Joann . . . 88,94 
Welch, Shirley ... 88 

Wells, Marva J 88 

Westmoreland, Nathan ... 23 

Westmoreland, Kathleen . . . 101 

Welch, Larry ... 97 

Wheeler, Erik ... 97 

Whitfield, Mark ... 32 

White, Clarence . . .55,97 

White, Danny . . .55,58,97 

White, Danny . . .59,64 

White, Douglas ... 101 

White, Ernie . . . 58,60,64,66,94 

White, Gregory ... 101 

White, Pamela ... 94 

White, Rodney . . .58,64 

Whitley, Allena. . .73,74 

Whittaker, Randy . . . 42,94 

Widion, George . . . 101 

Wilburn, Patrica ... 88 

Wilford, William . . .47,97 

Wilhoit, Pamela ... 101 

Wilkerson, Dennis ... 94 

Williams, Don . . . 11,41,44,46,62,63,65,66,94 

Williams, Larry ... 89 

Williams, Michael ... 67 

Williams, Patricia ... 94 

Williams, Sharon ... 41,97 

Williams, William ... 97 

Willough, James. . . 102 

WiUoughby.Mike ... 102 

WiUoughby, Mildred ... 97 

Wilson, Bruce, Mr ... 75 

Wilson, Cynthia ... 102 

Wilson, Denisa . . .41,46,47 

Wilson, William . . . 97 

Wise, Valerie .. . 11,41,42,102 

Wikes, Steve ... 102 

Wiesjohn, Vivian ... 24 

Wolfe, Mary Ellen ... 89 

WOOD LOG Staff ... 37 

Wood, Vaughn, Mr . . . 18,79 

Woods, Aljean, Mr ... 79 

Woods, Betty . . .72 

Wrestling Team, Reserve ... 61 

Wrestling Team, Varsity ... 61 

XYZ 
Yates, Jim . . .63,102 
Yenowine, Roy, Mr ... 79 
York, Jay . . . 89 
Young, Debbie 46,94 
Young, Nancy Miss ... 79 
Young, Rose Mary ... 97 
Youngquist, Robert, Mr ... 79 
Zenor, Mary Mrs ... 79 






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Each part makes a whole . 
1970 WOOD LOG 



With the eyes of 2,500 students, 

is seen the end of a school year. 

The final bell has rung and 

vacation has begun. 

From September to March, 

a small office has been filled 

with people, 

pictures, 

clusters of paper, 

and plenty of frustration, 

trying to capture in print 

a year's activities in the 

1970 WOOD LOG. 

Through pictures 

taken by the camera 

and words written 

with a pen, 

the WOOD LOG staff 

has recorded for all seniors 

memories of their school days 

at Wood High School. 

As for new 

and returning students, 

the LOG will serve 

as a guide into the future 

by remembering the past. 






Editor-in-Chief Carolyn Nelson 

Assistant Editor Betty Jones 

Advertising Editor Betty Jones 

Album Editor Lisa Stone 

Photography Editor .... Frankiee Hartsock 

Assistant Bob Payton 

Yearbook Sells Editor Pam Senteney 



Staff Members Debbie Thurston, 

Pat Abney, Greg Burr, Joyce Tookes, Steve 
Radford, Debra Hammons, Susan Seaman, 
Patty Friedman, Ruth Fleming, Marcus Agui- 
lar, Charles Shamblin. 



The entire yearbook staff would like to thank 
Mrs. Carlene Benefiel, Mrs. Dorothy Cook, and 
Miss Judy Saunder for assisting and proof 
reading copy, and Mr. Dick Kennard, Newsfoto 
consultant. Most of all we thank our advisor, 
Mrs. Dixie McDonough who gave of herself 
above and beyond the call of duty. 










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